Developing an Attitude of Gratitude for Children with Sensory Disorders

Developing an Attitude of Gratitude for Children with Sensory Disorders | ilslearningcorner.comDeveloping an Attitude of Gratitude for Children with Sensory Disorders Sometimes it feels like walking on pins and needles. You think you’ve got it figured out. No tags or tight clothing. You know the lists of foods that wig them out. You have game plans for social settings that stress out your sensory sensitive child. But it can sometimes feel like no matter what you...

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