Out of Sync Child
Recognizing & Coping with Sensory Integration Dysfunction.
The first accessible, clearly written guide to Sensory Integration Dysfunction. SI Dysfunction is a common, but frequently misdiagnosed, problem in which the messages from the senses are not correctly processed by the central nervous system. Symptoms are oversensitivity - or undersensitivty - to touch, taste, smell, sound, sight, and movement - may avoid touching, refuse to wear certain clothing, be picky eaters or cover their ears - conversely, crave sensations - playing in the mud grabbing others, turning up the volume, preferring hot water and spicy foods. Children may also exhibit usually high or low activity level and have problems with motor coordination.
by Carol Stock Kranowitz
Pub Date: 2006, PB, 352 pages
ALSO available by Carol Stock Kranowitz
Out of Sync Child Has Fun
Activities for Kids with Sensory Integration Dysfunction
Features more the 100 playful activities to help develop and organize a child’s brain and body for counteracting Sensory Integration Dysfunction. At home, school and out in the world. Pub Date: 2006, PB, 322 pages
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