You fanatically read and search the internet looking to understand your child’s sensory differences.
You are totally overwhelmed by the amount of information and aren’t sure how to pull it all together.
You want to do more to help your child’s sensory needs, but you don’t know how.
You feel discouraged because nothing you do seems to make anything better for your child.
You are using an ineffective sensory diet, guessing when to do what and forgetting half the time.
You are frustrated with sensory activities not working the way they should.
You feel like the sensory activities are too time consuming and confusing to be really effective.
Yes, if you know or suspect your child has sensory differences that may affect their ability to participate in daily routines and activities like paying attention at school, falling asleep, going to the store, or playing with peers.
Yes, if you are trying to implement a sensory diet or follow therapy recommendations but feel confused or ineffective.
Yes, if you want a pulled together manageable plan for your child’s sensory needs so that you can stop researching and trying to piece together information on your own.
Yes, if you want your partner or spouse to be able to learn with you so that you can address your child’s sensory needs together.
"As I started learning about all this I started making connections with some of these weird habits he has. Now that I know this is all connected and all sensory IT MAKES SENSE!! I am so happy to be learning and understanding! I felt hopeless and like I had a 'weird child' and why does he do these really odd things BUT NOW I KNOW!" - Ashlee
"For the first time in my life, I am feeling so comfortable with my son's sensory needs. I have been taking my son to so many OT appointments over the years, and have heard from them about proprioceptive, vestibular, and tactile but these things were never so clear to me. Now they are making so much sense to me.- Tripti
"Going through the course has been eye opening, you break it down, talk about it, give examples and help us put it into action. Then I see improvements with my son immediately. The course connected those missing pieces. The OT didn’t have the time to spend educating me on these things. I got great ideas from him but I didn’t get educated. Until I’m educated I don’t understand and can’t apply it." - Ashlee
“The course was very helpful and provided good insights. I felt like I could reach out whenever I wanted and would get a valuable answer.” - Angi
“Its so nice to know that we can DIY-it as moms, as we are the ones who have the biggest stake in our kiddo's well-being, we are the ones who deal with behaviors, and want to support our little one's growth/learning/success. I would recommend the course without reservation” - Amy C
“The course was incredibly helpful to our family. It was packed-full of great information about sensory processing differences. Alisha and Wendy did a great job of explaining sensory differences, describing key behaviors that signal sensory needs, and sharing ideas on how to help your child integrate sensations so that they are better able to learn and attend to tasks. Alisha and Wendy were very gracious with their time, always answering individual questions promptly and thoroughly. I highly recommend the Sensory Solutions e-course to any parent...” -Jamie D
I knew all these terms but I never came to them by my own realization like I did through this course. Proprioceptive and vestibular wwere hard for me to understand what they were and how to support them in OT. It was overwhelming information to try to gather the info from the OT while she was working with my daughter was hard. This course has provided focused time for us as adults to process and make a plan for what we need to do. - Molly
Thank you so much for all you have done for me and my son through this course! I am really grateful for all the ideas, insights, and help you've given me, especially with my son's oral aversion! You've helped me understand what is going on with my son, and you've helped me learn how to help him! - Tania
YES! We ask that you set aside 1 hour per week to watch the videos, which can be broken up into 20 minute sessions each night or all at once on a Saturday. You will block out that time before the course even starts so you know you already have the time set aside to watch the videos and ask us any questions you may have.
We send out new content once each week so you have an entire week to look over the content, ask questions, discuss ideas with your fellow course members etc.
How sensory processing can have an effect on picky eating will be discussed, which is a beneficial perspective. In addition, many of the activities will be helpful in addressing selective food choices. However, specific picky eating strategies beyond the scope of sensory processing will not be discussed.