Many kids have some form of sensory processing disorder, but who can help them overcome their daily struggles?
Wait! They can help themselves!
Lynda Farrington Wilson, along with Tyler and some delightful illustrations, help kids help themselves through daily life like no one has before with some great everyday tips and techniques.
Squirmy Wormy is a wonderful little children's book about a boy named Tyler, who has autism and SPD (Sensory Processing Disorder). Together with Tyler, the reader learns about SPD, and what everyday easy therapies he can do by himself to feel better. For instance: "I feel like running really fast, run run run! Maybe I just need a s-q-u-e-e-z-e between the couch cushions like a hot dog. Whew! I feel better."
Endorsed by Dr. Temple Grandin, this book is sure to help many children, who perhaps previously did not even know they had SPD, lead calmer, richer lives.
Squirmy Wormy is a cute and funny picture book that will help elementary school children understand sensory problems.--Temple Grandin, PhD, author of The Way I See It and Thinking in Pictures
This colorful book captures how overwhelming sensation can be to children with SPD through gorgeous imaginative pictures. The reader will learn about SPD and learn strategies to help calm the nervous system of a child who experiences a disorganized sensory world.--Paula Aquilla, BSc, OT, author of Building Bridges through Sensory Integration
Ages 9-12. 27 pages. 2009
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