About Baby Parenting
Lynn Johnson provides excellent resources relevant to sensory defensiveness. From About.
About Pediatric Physical Therapy
A highly informative article that explains the various reflexes that our children are born with and how developmental delays and disorders impact motor control. From Annette Stucky, About's expert Guide to Physical Therapy.
"A Day in the Life of Alex": Coping with Sensory Integration Dysfunction", by Dale Lips. An insightful feature by one very wise father. From Comeunity, most definitely an A+ site.
Adverse Reaction to Touch
Toni Hager presents an informative article that clearly identifies and explains the needs of a child who has a sensory integration disorder also known as tactile defensiveness. From Can Learn.
Marie's SI Site
A labor of love, created by one Mom's desire to educate and support parents who are parenting children with Sensory Integration issues. From Marie's SI Site.
Meal Time Hints for Children with Food Aversions
Rachel Brown, mom of a child with food aversions, offers sound advice to parents. From Comeunity.
"The Misunderstood, Misdiagnosed and Unseen Disability"
An excellent research paper that defines the intricate issues surrounding sensory integration disorder, expertly written by Sandra Nelson. From the Nelsons' Home Page.
Many youngsters with sensory integration disorder are orally defensive as well. Once again the superb Comeunity offers insight and highly resourceful suggestions.
"Sensory Integration Disorder"
A timely article written by Harriet McCarthy, an experienced parent of children with sensory integration disorder. From Rainbow Kids.com.
Sensory Integration FAQ's
Sensory Integration International offers a list of FAQs that definitely provides comprehensible information to parents and caretakers.
Sensory Integration Terms
An excellent glossary that clearly explains the various terms connected with Sensory Integration. From a most remarkable Web site-Special Kids Special Parents.
Does your child have delays in speech or coordination? Special Kids Special Parents will answer your questions.
S.I. net offers a variety of topics associated with sensory integration issues. The selected link is especially helpful for parents.
A commercial site that manufactures products designed to assist individuals with sensory integration disorder. Interesting and informative.
A collection of activities and strategies that can be implemented at home. Kudos to Comeunity for offering families such superior information.
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