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Find out if your child has a possible Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) with our Easy Checklist to use in the home and educational settings. What is SPD?  Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) is a neurological condition that results when the brain is unable to integrate sensory information of sight, sound, smell, taste, temperature, pain, body position and movement […]


Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) Infographic

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WATCH YOUR VERY OWN COPY OF THE MOST POPULAR SENSORY PROCESSING DISORDER WEBINAR NOW! Are you unsure about whether your child or student has Sensory Processing Disorder?  Would you like to learn more about the disorder?  Our Webinar will provide you with the answers to your questions!   Learn from Chicago’s top Pediatric Occupational Therapists about Sensory Processing […]


Bed Time Strategies for Children with Sensory Processing Disorder

Bed time can be a difficult time for any child.  It can be even more of a struggle for a child with Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD).    Throughout the day, all children engage in various activities that excite them, including interacting with peers, playing on the playground and fighting with siblings.  It can be a challenge […]


8 Tips for Flying with a Child with Sensory Processing Disorder

Taking a flight with kids is hard enough!  Flying with a child with Sensory Integration takes special planning!  Sensory Processing Disorder/Sensory Integration (SPD) occurs when the nervous system has difficulty regulating, processing, and interpreting information from one or more of the senses.  Different children perceive and process sensory information differently. Some children find loud noises scary, while others […]


Winter Holiday Activities for Children With or Without Sensory Processing Disorder

Play is the occupation of children. Through the action of playing, children are able to develop themselves as well as explore the world around them. Sensory integration is a process that automatically occurs in most individuals, such as when everything we see, hear and feel makes sense to us. Some individuals have a difficult time […]


3 Things To Help A Child Focus With Sensory Processing Disorder | Pediatric Therapy Tv

A Pediatric Occupational Therapist shows us 3 things that can help a child with Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) sit and or focus more. In This Video You Will Learn: What a weighted blanket can do How a fidget toy can help your child with Sensory Processing Disorder What product can help your child sit in […]


The Oprah Winfrey and Sensory Processing Disorder Controversy

There has been a loud voice from many people who advocate for sensory processing disorder (SPD) after a segment on the Oprah Show which aired on Friday February 18th, about a seven year old boy with multiple mental health diagnoses, one including sensory processing disorder. What The Oprah Show and SPD Commotion Was All […]