PSP 105: How to Help Kids with Sensory Issues with Cameron Kleimo
Published February 12, 2019
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    It is not a coincidence that many kids with anxiety and OCD have sensory issues as well. Sensory struggles often go hand in hand with anxiety and OCD. Many of us have kids who can’t stand tags, have tantrums over socks and go running in the opposite direction to loud noises. Regardless of whether your child has Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) or is just sensitive, there are things we can do to help our children cope with sensory overload. I invited the knowledgeable Cameron Kleimo from to teach us how to understand our child’s sensory needs and what to do about it! Also, click here to learn more about the free Sensory Webinar happening this week. Visit Cameron's site Further reading: Article on vestibular processing Article on how to make a sensory bin  Sensory symptom checklist    Books: When Sophie Gets Angry Listen to My Body    *** Interested in my AT Parenting Community Membership? Click below to join us! Sign up for my weekly email newsletter:   To sign up for my online class on How to Crush Social Anxiety (for Adults & Kids 10 and Up):   To sign up for my online class: Parenting Kids with OCD   To sign up for my online class: Teaching Kids to Crush Anxiety Ultimate list of helpful anxiety products:   For more parenting support visit:   To join my private Facebook group visit: For AT Parenting Online Classes visit:   For my anxiety books visit:   Join the fun on my YouTube channel: Other social places I hang out:
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