Is your child sensitive to or overwhelmed by different sensory inputs? Do they seek out sensory stimulation throughout the day? Has a therapist or other professional suggested your child would benefit from fidgets, weighted clothing, or other sensory soothing tools?
This book includes instructions for more than 30 projects. They range from simple tools that can be assembled in minutes to weekend endeavors where you can invest your time and love. The book also includes information about each sensory system and ways to modify the projects to meet individual needs.
Friday, April 17, 2015
Back on the book bandwagon
My last post about this project was a rambling internal monologue while I wrestled with contradictory ideas about ignoring sunk costs and quitting doomed projects vs. the importance of grit and perseverence when you really believe in something. All with a side dish of self doubt.
I'm over it.
I'm back to planning to finish this book.
And I've got some additional friends in my corner who are total professionals in their fields and will absolutely make the final product 100 times better than I could do on my own.
With that resolve, I've made a commitment this month to do something every day that leads toward completing the book. It's after 11 pm and I haven't made my progress today (blogging doesn't count) so I'll leave my thoughts about daily habits for another day and close with the image I took this morning of a prototype of one of the super easy project ideas that may be included. Kristy, if you're reading, does this look right? I'm not the Occupational Therapist in this effort :)