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Does your child tantrum/meltdown during typical daily activities? Is he or she bothered by noises, constantly spinning or crashing into things, unable to wear certain clothing or showing other signs of sensory issues? There is help for children with sensory processing concerns - from occupational therapy to sensory diets and more.

This page will acquaint you with some of the resources available for families who have a concern about sensory issues. In each case, we've taken the top four resources recommended by local experts in the field to help you get started. Additional resources may be found by using the View More links that follow each section.

Just Getting Started?

Families who are just beginning to uncover a concern about sensory issues will benefit most from Connecting for Kids' Empower the Parent program. This step-by-step resource shows you how to get started finding help for your child. We also encourage residents of the Connecting for Kids service area to contact us for personalized support.

The recommendations provided on the remainder of this page were made by Courage to Connect CLE. For more information on this organization, please see their entry in the Service Provider Directory.

Recommended Organizations

The following organizations have been identified as places to get more information and support:

Courage to Connect CLE

1-216-789-6069
couragetoconnectcle.org

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STAR Institute for Sensory Processing Disorder

1-303-221-STAR (7827)
spdstar.org


Sensory Processing Disorder Parent Support


SPD Support

spdsupport.org


In addition to the recommended organizations above, there are a number of other organizations supporting sensory issues in children.

View more organizations...

Recommended Books & Videos

Learn more about sensory issues from these recommended books:

Sensory Processing 101 book cover

Sensory Processing 101
D. Abraham, C. Heffron, P. Braley, and L. Drobnjak

Raising a Sensory Smart Child book cover

Raising a Sensory Smart Child: The Definitive Handbook for Helping Your Child with Sensory Processing Issues
L. Biel and N. Peske

The Sensory Child Gets Organized book cover

The Sensory Child Gets Organized: Proven Systems for Rigid, Anxious, or Distracted Kids
C. Dalgliesh

The Out-of-Sync Child book cover

The Out-of-Sync Child: Recognizing and Coping with Sensory Processing Disorder
C. Kranowitz

Recommended Websites, Downloads & Apps

Families may benefit from the following websites and downloads:

Understood: Sensory Processing Issues Topic Page
Articles, infographics and resources on sensory issues

Child Mind Institute: Sensory Processing Issues Topic Page
Links to tool kits, articles, FAQs and expert advice

The Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) Resource Page
Website with information on sensory issues

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The Inspired Treehouse Website with resources on child development and sensory diet ideas

Call or email:

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Email: info@connectingforkids.org

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Westlake, Ohio 44145

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