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Sensory Processing Disorder, Sensory Seekers, Sensory Avoiders

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  • Sensory and Sleep
    Kids with sensory processing disorder (SPD) may also struggle with sleep. We all understand the importance of a good night’s rest, and you have probably seen a difference in your child when they get a good night’s sleep vs not.  Is there a connection between sensory and sleep? How do we help to improve sleep… Read More »Sensory and Sleep
  • TLR and Sensory Processing Disorder
    For my last blog we explored the Symmetrical Tonic Neck Reflex and its connection to sensory processing disorder (SPD). If you missed it you can check it out here. For the next few months I will continue to delve into the most commonly retained primitive reflexes, so keep watching if we haven’t talked about the one… Read More »TLR and Sensory Processing Disorder
  • Sensory Strategies For School
    The classroom can be difficult for children with sensory processing disorder (SPD). The variety and intensity of sensory input can be overwhelming for some. This may result in difficulties with focus, participation, and behavior. Others may be able to ‘hold it together’ while at school but are so ‘done in’ that by the time they… Read More »Sensory Strategies For School

Sensory Diet Cards – improve regulation and ability to handle sensory input.

Sid and the Kids is a story about kids with SPD who struggle with everyday challenges and how Sid comes along to help.

Bring awareness to SPD while rocking your sensory style. New T-shirts from Sensory Sid. 

We are loving the card set! Simple, easy to understand activities the kids enjoy. So great for grab and go, no prep sensory integration. Perfect for our sensory diet!


Such an awesome range of activities with so many different options! My kids really enjoyed using them and I keep them on hand for when they need a brain break from school.


This card set is great and easy to use in multiple settings such as clinics, schools, and in the home. It provides simple, fun and easy ways to get foundational sensory input and movement into kids with and without sensory needs. I love that it explains the purpose, and provides additional activity ideas as well. So engaging and fun!


I love these cards! I brought them to an outpatient pediatric clinic I am doing fieldwork at as an occupational therapy student. They are great visuals for kids to easily follow and they make components of a sensory diet fun, engaging and simple to understand for kiddos! I highly recommend!


This card set is an amazing tool and a fun game. My son loves the freedom of being able to choose a card to do a fun activity, and I love that it helps him with Sensory integration. We make a game out of it. The cards are easy for us both to understand and follow. It helps me remember the tools available and how to use them!


This card set is great. It’s full of a lot of great ideas that have been compiled and are easily accessible.


This was just what we needed to begin my son’s sensory diet at home, and my son is enjoying the activities that we can do together.


The cards are fabulous. So much so I ordered a 2nd set for my boy’s school.



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