Sensory Processing Disorder Parent Support
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Sensory Processing Programs & Courses

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Sensory Processing Programs & Courses

Jeanette Loftus 

Sensory Processing Programs & Courses Sensory Processing Disorder Parent Support
Children with sensory processing disorder can experience heightened or reduced sensitivity to sensory input that can lead to challenges in sensory processing, auditory processing and difficulties with sensory motor skills. There are so many different sensory processing and auditory processing programs and courses that are available for parents to help their children with sensory differences improve their sensory processing abilities, auditory skills, and sensory motor skills.

Auditory processing is our brain's ability to process and interpret sounds, particularly speech. Children with auditory processing disorder (APD) find it difficult to understand spoken language and often have difficulties distinguishing sounds in noisy environments too. 
There are many different computer based programs that are designed to improve language and auditory processing skills. These programs use different exercises for each child's skill level and they can progress at their own pace. There are many programs to help a child improve their auditory processing, language comprehension and their reading skills.

There are several different listening programs that focus on helping children improve their auditory processing skills. These programs can include a series of exercises that target different aspects of auditory processing like sound discrimination.

There are many different movement-based interventions for children too such as yoga and dance that can be beneficial for children with sensory motor skill difficulties. These interventions use movement and sensory input that can help children with sensory processing, motor planning and coordination.

Children with sensory processing disorder and auditory processing disorder can benefit from various programs and courses that aim to improve their sensory processing abilities, auditory skills and their sensory motor skills too. Parents and caregivers can explore many different programs and courses to find the one that is best for their child's needs.
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DISCLAIMER: I am not an Occupational Therapist. I am an adult who has Sensory Processing Disorder, a sensory parent and a Grandma. The information on this website is not medical advice and does not replace the information that your child's therapists gives you. These are just ideas and information that I have learned myself over the years of being a parent and an adult living with SPD. If you are concerned for your child, please always seek medical attention through a family doctor, pediatrician or therapist. This website is for suggestions and informational purposes only. Each child is different and what works for one child may not for another because all children have different needs. Please always consult with a professional. Amazon offers a small commission on products sold through their affiliate links on my website.  Each of your purchases through links on my website for Amazon affiliation links or sponsored links support me but no additional cost to you so thank you. I appreciate it so much!