Sensory Integration Disorder
First Five Things to Do After Your Child Is Diagnosed with DSI
A handful of easy, quick suggestions to help you get a fast start on helping your child diagnosed with sensory integration problems.
Before You Look for Information on Sensory Integration
Start with these recommended resources for finding facts, strategies, and advice on parenting children with Dysfunction of Sensory Integration.
Prepare the School for Your Child with Sensory Integration Disorder
School can be a difficult place for children with sensory integration problems -- academically, behaviorally and socially. Let the school know what your child needs to be safe and successful with these tips and printouts.
Keep Sensory Integration Therapy Going Over School Breaks
Occupational therapy with a Sensory Integration approach often has a strong element of parental involvement, with Mom and Dad asked to perform tasks like brushing and joint compression. There's more you can do, though, whether filling in for the therapist during school breaks or just augmenting the work being done. Here are five ways to start.
Brain Train Crashes
In a book that explains sensory integration to preteens, author Nancy Mucklow explains how messages get mixed up and nerve networks derail.
What Is Dysfunction of Sensory Integration?
A definition of DSI, with links to more information.
What Is Sensory Integration Disorder?
A definition of SID, with links to more information.
What Is Sensory Processing Disorder?
A definition of SPD, with links to more information.