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#1010 The Out-of-Sync Child: An Introduction to Sensory Processing Disorder

#1010 The Out-of-Sync Child:An Introduction to Sensory Processing Disorder

Live Broadcast November 10, 2014

7:30-9:00 PM (Eastern Time)

Duration/Credit: 1 hour, 15 min., .1 CEU

 

Summary: Carol Stock Kranowitz, author of the Out-of-Sync Child series discusses how some children are “out-of-sync,” withdrawing from physical contact, refusing to participate in

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Fall Special and more! e-Newsletter from the SPD Foundation and STAR Center

Thank You for Listening

My daughter Petra was just over 2 when we started to notice that she was a little different. Though she seemed to be a perfect baby, she didn’t need a lot of cuddling and we could leave her be and she would be fine with the toys we left around

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Join Us in Organizing, Supporting or Attending an Event in Recognition of National Sensory Awareness Month

Our Sensation Celebration events exemplify the determination, dedication and triumph that families raising children with SPD face daily. Help support these families by participating in our annual event. October is National Sensory Awareness month, however we know that many of you may want to do a summer walk event or combine it with a special

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This Month’s FREE Course Features Dr. Lucy Jane Miller. Last Month for Summer Savings!

SPD University is your destination for the latest online courses developed by the leading authorities on Sensory Processing Disorder. Choose from a rich set of e-learning courses for professionals and parents that are accessible 24/7 and AOTA approved for Continuing Education Credits.

August BONUS: Dr. Lucy Jane Miller’s Charlotte Symposium Presentation – Enrich the

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3S Symposium – Strategies Science & Success

The Changing Landscape of Sensory Processing Disorder

JUST ANNOUNCED: Internationally renowned speaker Carol Stock Kranowitz, author of the groundbreaking best seller The Out-of-Sync Child presents 2 luncheon presentations for parents. Hear from the best of the best! AND MORE…

For professionals: Network with professionals from around the country during

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Summertime, Summertime, Summertime

Michele Gianetti: Life With SPD and Dyspraxia – June 26, 2014

This is my first post in a while due to the recent death of my beloved Dad and then following immediately on its heels was the start of summer. Wow, it was quite the emotional and exhausting Spring.

I think

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Exciting Research News – From the SPD Foundation and STAR Center

Early Research Findings Demonstrate the Value of Treatment for Sensory Processing Disorder

The SPD Foundation has just released preliminary results documenting the effectiveness of the STAR treatment model for children with SPD. Significant improvements were reported in adaptive behavior and emotional functioning after intensive, short-term occupational therapy.

Ninety-eight children were assessed at home, school and

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Is Sensory Processing Disorder a Real Medical Condition?

New Republic recently published the article titled “Is Sensory Processing Disorder a Real Medical Condition”. We hope the article fosters thought and dialogue, and we urge readers to investigate all viewpoints. In response, the Huffington Post posted a story titled, “How I Know That Sensory Processing Disorder is Real” from a parent who does

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July’s Sale for Online Learning

This Month’s FREE Course is All About Summer!

July BONUS: All STAR Lecture 7: SPD and Summer Fun- FREE with any purchase of $50 or more. Enjoy this upbeat presentation with strategies to help with transitioning from school to summer and get some ideas for great summer fun activities.

Members…

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And Now a Word From My Handler

Coming To My Senses: A Journey into Sensory Processing Disorder, Rachel Schneider – June 23, 2014

I think we’re about to make adult SPD blogging history here. I am proud to present to you a guest post by my husband Josh about living and loving someone with SPD (that’d be me). SPD partners are not

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