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For Parents: Books
, Twice Exceptional: Sensory Integration
||The Out of Sync Child (book and author's website)
||Carol Stock Kranowitz, MA
||Children with normal "far senses" (sight and hearing) may have, because of a poorly integrated nervous system, serious problems with their "near senses," including touch, balance, and internal muscle sensation. It's called Sensory Integration Dysfunction, or SI. This book explains SI dysfunction in all its stages. It's a comprehensive, easily-understood guide explaining a drug-free treatment approach for children with these challenges. Additionally, you'll find a resource section for parents and caregivers.
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