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”
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 is not just an adult mental health issue. Children and teens can develop depression too…it just looks slightly different.