#Follow Friday – Sensory Processing Disorder Blogger Network

May 13, 2011 Kyron 2 Comments

spdbutton #Follow Friday   Sensory Processing Disorder Blogger NetworkI found a really neat blog yesterday when looking around for new resources for my youngest, Donovan. Twitter actually led me to them. The SPD (Sensory Processing Disorder) Blogger Network (Twitter @spdbn) has networked a number of bloggers who write about all types of issues impacted by SPD. Whether it’s Autism, Bipolar Disorder, Non-verbal Learning Disorder, or Sensory Processing Disorder itself (please – list not complete – LOTS of diagnoses are impacted by SPD’s) they have a group of people who write some really great articles about just about anything you could imagine having to do with SPD.

The article I read yesterday was on how to work on Social Skills with kids who have SPD’s. Hartley Steiner, the author of  This is Gabriel Making Sense of School wrote this article which had some ideas which I thought, “oh I know that” until I read further and realized in most cases she had a different take on it and that take gave me a new perspective. Awesome. The whole website is really full of great information. And can you really resist Otto the Octopus – Seriously Cute – and meaningful icon smile #Follow Friday   Sensory Processing Disorder Blogger Network

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  1. Thank you for this great post! I am so happy to hear that you found the SPDBN valuable!!


  2. myra says:

    SPD Blogger is a great place for SPD parents to share their parenting tips and outlooks on life. SPD parents really need a place to write also. I decided to write about my experiences with my SPD son (http://www.sensoryandmore.com). Many times when a person writes, it awakens new ideas in his head and it can be a very useful tool.

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