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Learn to have fun with your senses : the sensory avoider's survival guide / John Taylor ; illustrations by Lynda Farrington Wilson.

By: Taylor, John F, 1944-.
Contributor(s): Wilson, Lynda Farrington [illustrator].
Arlington, TX : Sensory World, 2011Description: vi, 138 pages : color illustrations ; 22 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781935567240.Other title: Sensory avoider's survival guide.Subject(s): SENSORY INTEGRATIVE DYSFUNCTION | SENSES | BEHAVIOUR MODIFICATION | BEHAVIOUR THERAPY | SELF HELP SKILLS | JUVENILE LITERATUREGenre/Form: Juvenile works.
Contents:
A special message for the parent. - 1. Learn to have fun with your senses. - 2. Stop overreacting in three steps. - 3. Learn to have fun with touch. - 4. Learn to have fun with movement. - 5. Learn to have fun with your hearing. - 6. Learn to have fun with your vision. - 7. Learn to have fun with tastes and smells. - 8. Eat the right foods. - 9. Get good sleep. - 10. Take good care of yourself. - Glossary. - Resources. - A special message for the occupational therapist. - A special message for the teacher. - About the author. - Additional resources. - Index.
Summary: Provides children whose brains react inappropriately to sensory messages and their families with information on the condition and exercises to help improve their ability to use their senses to function in everyday life.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

A special message for the parent. - 1. Learn to have fun with your senses. - 2. Stop overreacting in three steps. - 3. Learn to have fun with touch. - 4. Learn to have fun with movement. - 5. Learn to have fun with your hearing. - 6. Learn to have fun with your vision. - 7. Learn to have fun with tastes and smells. - 8. Eat the right foods. - 9. Get good sleep. - 10. Take good care of yourself. - Glossary. - Resources. - A special message for the occupational therapist. - A special message for the teacher. - About the author. - Additional resources. - Index.

Provides children whose brains react inappropriately to sensory messages and their families with information on the condition and exercises to help improve their ability to use their senses to function in everyday life.

pre-adolescent

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