Wednesday, July 20, 2016
The out-of-sync child grows up: Coping with sensory processing disorder in the adolescent and young adult years
In The out-of-sync child grows up: Coping with sensory processing disorder in the adolescent and young adult years, the author offers information and advice for individuals with sensory processing disorder as well as parents, teachers, and other professionals on working with teens and young adults with SPD. The 320-page book is full of first-person accounts of young people with SPD learning which areas of life make them uncomfortable, from noise to lights to personal hygiene, and working through it.
The book is written in four parts: Focusing on Sensory Processing Disorder, Coping with Daily Activities, Coping with Relationships, and Living an "In-Sync" Life. Focusing on SPD highlights facts about the disorder and our eight senses. Coping with Activities is full of strategies and tips for tackling such topics as specific hygiene areas, sleeping and noise. Coping with Relationships offers ideas and tips for engaging family members, peers, and romantic partners. Living an "In-Sync" Life discusses treatments for SPD and moving into adult life.
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