Category Archives for Sensory Processing Disorder

Reading Strategies for the Non Reader

Reading Strategies for the Non-Reader –  As schools have made reading their new god, believing that producing good readers will solve all their academic problems, many children—the dyslexic, the easily distracted, the auditorily challenged—are truly left behind in the rush to improve test scores. What schools don’t know (but what many parents discover) is that […]

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Making Sense of SPD

Sensory Processing Disorder Those 3 words can throw a homeschool day completely out of whack! Especially if you homeschool a child who has sensory processing disorder issues. We are all blessed to have senses- we can taste, smell, feel, and see, etc. and it helps us to enjoy the world we live in. For children […]

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