Kids with sensory sensitivities often have trouble enjoying everyday activities like play dates and school functions. Extreme sensitivity to noise, crowds, touch, textures, bright lights, bothersome clothing, and new experiences are often so overwhelming for kids with sensory problems that it can run their lives and the lives of their parents. When symptoms are severe [...]
Ask parents of kids with learning and behavioral disorders if their children experience problems with sensory processing, and many of them will answer with a resounding “yes”. While it is widely accepted that most children with Autism Spectrum Disorders have trouble integrating sensory input, the fact that children who aren’t on the spectrum also experience [...]
The following is a letter that one of our Brain Balance parents sent to Zac Brown Band in testimony to their experience with the Brain Balance Program. Their son, diagnosed with ADHD and Sensory Processing Disorder, has had amazing progress since starting the program. Hear first hand what Brain Balance can do for your child!
December 31, 2010
The Boston Globe reports on Sensory Processing Disorder the in the following article, “A touchy situation. Clothes feel scratchy, hugs are shrugged off – coping with sensations can be a problem, but is it a disease?“:
Ana can sit on the couch for only about five minutes before it’s time to move. First she rides her [...]