Sensory Help in the Bathroom

Sensory Help in the Bathroom

When we redesigned our bathroom we had to really stop and think about our youngest son’s disability. He has Sensory Processing Disorder and the last thing we needed was him refusing to go to the toilet, brush his teeth and have a wash (because he could not cope with the sensory input, or lack of … Read more

Starting School Fears with #SEN

I should be able to write a post telling you not to worry about your child starting school (like this one): After all this is my fourth time. It was always going to be hard letting go of my very last baby as it was a difficult decision to decide to have no more children … Read more

SodaStream: Benefits for a child with SPD

Sodastream adjust the bubble spd

I am really concerned about the amount of waste being sent to landfill, and having a Child with Sensory Processing Disorder ( and hence a fussy eater) can mean that it is even harder than usual to try to avoid waste. So I was really thrilled to be given the opportunity to review a SodaStream. My … Read more

Starting School

This bottle I received when I went to BlogonMOSI from the lovely Handpicked Collection– what has that got to do with starting school? Well there’s an awful lot to think about isn’t there. At the time I was (and still am) fighting to get my son 1:1 support for the whole time he is at school, … Read more

Sensory Processing Disorder – Tactile Touch

Sensory Processing Disorder is when the information we constantly received by the seven senses is misinterpreted by the brain when it is processed. Sometimes our brains say there is TOO MUCH information coming in, and sometimes NOT ENOUGH. One of the areas this happens in is that of the Tactile sense – or touch. This … Read more

Understanding Sensory Modulation

We receive lots of information through all our senses. They tell us what we can hear, feel, see, smell, which way up we are and movement. We then filter out which bits of information we need to make sense of things, and to tell us how to behave. Sometimes we all can struggle with this … Read more