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Helping Hyperactive Kids: A Sensory Integration Approach - Techniques and Tips for Parents and Professionals (Paperback)
By Lynn J. Horowitz and Cecile Rost

Written for the layperson as well as the professional, the book gives a better understanding and insight into the behavioural patterns and factors that might cause the hyperactive behaviour of a child.

The book includes a study of how the brain works and helps the reader understand the main sensory systems of balance, touch, hearing, sight, feeling, taste, and smell.

The purpose and process of sensory integration therapy are developed and include the environment and atmosphere needed to make the treatment a success, play as therapy and the structure of the treatment.

The tips for dealing with the hyperactive child are especially designed to help parents. They include tips on communicating, organising and nurturing calmness. The tips also provide suggestions for giving directions, for adapting toys and games and for negotiating in the classroom.

Well-documented with complete endnotes, a sequential format, a complete table of contents, a helpful index, and detailed case studies make this book a useful reference tool. A full chapter is dedicated to a questionnaire for parents. This checklist will help parents determine if a sensory processing problem is occurring in their child.

Helping Hyperactive Kids is clearly written for the parent looking for a non-drug, child-friendly intervention program for the hyperactive child.

This is a hands-on guide with activities, tips and techniques for the child with learning disabilities.


SKU P_1435
Brand Other
Shipping Weight 0.5000kg

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