Practical Sensory Programmes for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder and Other Special Needs - Book
Many children experience difficulties processing sensory information. They may be sensitive to specific sounds, materials, tastes or textures, or unresponsive to things that most children would find unsettling or painful.
This practical six-step programme helps identify particular things that children with sensory processing difficulties find useful to cope with their specific needs and preferences, therefore developing coping strategies for self-management.
30+ tactile, visual, taste and movement activities useful for parents, healthcare and education professionals.
- Techniques are transferrable to various settings.
- Includes photocopiable checklists to assess sensory reactions, sleep patterns, movement and use of eye contact
- 112 pages
"This would be a useful addition to any department as so many of the children we work with have sensory difficulties."
Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists
"This book's strength is in its jargon-free and easy to use format, crammed full of practical suggestions and strategies. Professionals can pick up and use this immediately and know that they are addressing an important are of need. This is a godsend of a book for busy practitioners. SO much so that the staff have already asked me to order more copies. What better recommendation?"
Good Autism Practice
"Parents and frontline staff will find this workbook a rich source of fun ideas for improving sensory processing in Autistic Spectrum Disorder with techniques that are easily adaptable for people with other special needs."
The Frontline of Learning Disability