As most of you know by now, I recently attended the Eras Tour Night 2 in Glendale Arizona. It’s not a secret to my clients that I am a huge Swiftie. Attending concerts can be an exciting and memorable experience, but for individuals with sensory challenges, it can be overwhelming and uncomfortable. After a 3.5-hourContinue reading “Planning for Sensory Challenges at Concerts”
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A Sensory-Sensitive Holiday￼
For most of us, the holidays bring joy and laughter. For children with sensory processing disorder (SPD) or sensory needs, the holidays can be an absolute nightmare! A child with SPD will have trouble receiving information that is coming through their 5 senses (or 6! if we count movement). Their brain becomes overwhelmed with processingContinue reading “A Sensory-Sensitive Holiday￼”
Depression in Children and Teens
Depression is not just an adult mental health issue. Children and teens can develop depression too…it just looks slightly different.