Join Becky from Sensory Spectacle where she will be sharing knwoledge about Sensory Processing Disorder. She will be exploring what it is, how we can recognise needs, how we can support needs, chatting with other professionals to share knowledge and most importantly hear insights from children and adults with SPD themselves.
In this episode I am explaining to you why we may see certain sensory characteristics such as breaking things easily, throwing things, crashing into things, stomping around, always being rough when playing. As always you can learn more about this with our online training ‘becoming a sensory detective’ and our books. Find them on our website www.sensoryspectacle.co.uk
In this episode I am helping you to understand the sensory aspects as to why we might notice our child humming, repeating things or constantly talking. It’s important we accurately recognise and understand the sensory purpose behind these behaviours so we can provide the right support. Learn more about personalising sensory behaviours in our online training ‘becoming a sensory detective’ find out more via our website www.sensoryspectacle.co.uk
In this episode I am explaining why it’s important for our children or adults who we are caring for to be able to regulate and why we may recognise different sensory characteristics in different environments. Regulating at home can appear very differently to regulating at school.
Here I am explaining some of the sensory elements relating to why some children and adults with Sensory Processing Difficulties may struggle washing their hands. We are currently in isolation to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and so it is really important we understand this.
Here I explain some of the aspects relating to difficulties with food choices and eating for people with SPD and why it’s important to consider all aspects of sensory processing when implementing into someone’s sensory lifestyle.
This podcast has been created by Becky from Sensory Spectacle.
This podcast aims to educate about and create awareness of Sensory Processing Disorder.
You can find more information about the work we do at www.sensoryspectacle.co.uk