A Struggling Child

We’ve all seen a struggling child whether it be in public or family gathering. We recognize that panic that screams from their eyes. The ashen parent We see the parent… View Post

Linda Keogh OT

A huge thank you to Occupational Therapist Linda Keogh for her Guest Post as part of the Little Puddins’ “Autism 101” series; where essentially Parents of children with Autism, get… View Post

Sensory Gift Ideas

It can be so difficult trying to find the perfect Sensory Gift when you don’t know where to start. I have two sons with Autism and Sensory Processing Disorder. Despite… View Post

Sensory Meltdown or Tantrum

Do you know the difference between a Sensory Meltdown and a Tantrum?      As a mom of two boys with Autism and Sensory Processing Disorder, Meltdowns have become an “unwelcome”… View Post

Highly Sensitive Child or a Child with SPD?

What is the difference?   The Difference:  A child who is highly sensitive is not the same as a child who has a diagnosis as having Sensory Processing Disorder. As… View Post

Sensory Processing Disorder Red Flags

If you are reading this article I suspect it is for one of two reasons (or both): 1. Your child has been diagnosed as having a Sensory Processing Disorder and… View Post

Children’s Books about Sensory Processing Disorder

Sensory Processing Disorder seems to have become a buzz word recently but if you have been living with it in your family for as long as we have (almost 10… View Post

Book Shelf

I have been asked many times what books I have read that I have found most useful. Over the years I have read so many, that I can’t remember them… View Post

Learn about SPD

A Sensory World It can be so overwhelming as a Parent when you learn that your child has Special Needs. I know when I was first told about Conor having… View Post