Therapeutic listening is an evidence-based type of therapy for people of any age, particularly for those with a sensory processing disorder. It's mostly targeted toward children, however. In this therapy, the patient listens to specialized music using headphones to help learn skills like: Sensory integrationAttentionCommunicationSocial skillsNavigating and perceiving space How People Experience Therapeutic Listening Everybody has…Read more
About: Danielle Shulman
Recent Posts by Danielle Shulman
If you have a child with a sensory processing disorder (SPD), there are many challenges you face that other parents don't. Children with SPD who is over-sensitive often aren't accommodated with everyday settings. They may find stimuli overwhelming such as: Physical touch Light Noise Food For under-sensitive children, they may crave too much stimulation it's difficult…Read more
As children grow and develop, they learn different skills like smiling for the first time, taking their first step or waving goodbye. These skills are referred to as developmental milestones. Children don't have a strict timetable on when they'll develop these skills. For instance, some babies may start to walk as early as nine months, while…Read more
Recent Comments by Danielle Shulman
No comments by Danielle Shulman yet.