Discrimination Disorder

auditory discrimination

Auditory Discrimination – What is that Sound?

After our sensory and auditory systems are aware of the presence of sound, we recognize the pattern of the sound we hear. This leads to what we often call auditory discrimination. This level of...
Homework - Vision

Why the, “Homework Wars”?

“Homework, wars”! It begins with the moment your child comes in the door from school. Your first thought is, “What do WE have for homework tonight?” How many hours of tears, yelling and complete frustration...
Listening Therapy

Auditory Awareness Isms are Sensory Based

As stated in the first installment of this series, there are different types of auditory processing deficits or APD. And, for each specific type, there are different systems involved and, thus, different recommendations for...
Multi-System - Brain

Auditory Processing – A Multi-System Approach

You may have been told that your child has an auditory processing disorder. But, have you been told what specific type of auditory processing disorder your child has? Often, all that professionals say is,...
I Get It I Get It

I Get It! I Get It! How John Figures It Out

"I Get It! I Get It! How John Figures It Out, is about a boy's triumph over Auditory Processing Disorder from a child's point of view. Colorful illustrations bring to life John's journey from...
Popcorn - Oral Sensory Crunch

Help Regulate Kids with Oral Sensory Snacks

Children with various isms have challenges with regulating their emotions.  Heck, I know of a lot of adults who struggle with this.  Think about sitting in a lecture.  What do you do to keep...
shaving crean - sensory diet

Tactile Shaving Cream Adventures

One day while I was cleaning the bathroom I realized the house was too quiet. I called out for my son- his response was wild laughter. I took off my gloves and walked down...
Derrick-Coleman

Eight Year Old Energized by Seattle Seahawks – Derrick Coleman

Duracell's marketing campaign #TrustYourPower paid off for the Seattle Seahawks against the Denver Broncos in the Superbowl.  The Seahawks surely trusted in their power last night! Our family is an interesting mix of Philadelphia Eagles...
tactile defensive

Tactile Defensive? Start with the other Senses

When children are defensive or sensory over-responsive to certain tactile input, it can really affect their ability to function. Some children are sensitive to tags in their shirts, touching sticky or gooey things (like...

Is it CAPD or ADHD?

It is common knowledge that there is an alphabet soup of executive function disorders. Asperger's, PDD-NOS, ODD, OCD, ADHD, bi-polar and more all have symptoms in common.There is one more disorder, which is not...