Sensory children are everywhere. We all know one or more. Teachers and parents know just how difficult life can be for them. Since they don’t work the same way the rest of us do, organizing for them is just a little bit different. Regardless if you are a teacher, professional organizer, parent or even a friend or relative of a special needs child, this book is a great investment.
Here are some things you will learn from the book:
-Understand what makes your sensory child tick
-Create harmonious spaces through sensory organizing
-Use structure and routines to connect with your child
-Prepare your child for social and school experiences
-Make travel a successful and fun-filled journey
The book takes you through reasons why traditional organizational techniques don’t work, different types of sensory children and their comfort levels, The Sensory Child Gets Organized is a knowledge base you can use.
The book talks about creating effective spaces for sensory children. Play spaces with a quiet zone, entry ways with unique labeling, and instructions to put toys away, the book covers some of the unique challenges that organizing for a sensory child brings.
I think every parent can benefit from this book. All kids sometimes have a difficult time addressing change and being flexible. Sticking to a schedule a challenge for every single one of us. These ideas are easy to adopt, and in many cases, will improve you quality of life. Everyone would like to leave the house easier in the morning and get homework done more quickly in the evenings.
I particularly like the questionaries and work book like sections that help you think through your particular situation and possible solutions. This book will help you travel with your child, and help you become an advocate for your child. It’s goal is not just to create better organizational systems, but to have a better relationship with your child.
Buy the book on Amazon here: http://www.amazon.com/Sensory-Child-Gets-Organized-ebook/dp/B00A285RR6