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Raising a Sensory Smart Child

"Sensory smarts is a perspective  a parent achieves when she becomes aware of how her child’s sensory issues are affecting him."

Meet Nancy Peske


Nancy Peske is the coauthor of the award-winning Raising a Sensory Smart Child: The Definitive Handbook for Helping Your Child with Sensory Processing Issues. She is an author, editor, ghostwriter, and parent of a child who was diagnosed at age 2 with sensory processing disorder and multiple developmental delays. Nancy speaks and presents workshops on sensory issues. 

Is Sensory Processing Disorder Real? YES! 


Sensory processing is how we take in and make sense of sensory information from within our own bodies and the external environment. The 8 (yes, 8!) senses of touch, sight, sound, movement (vestibular), body awareness (proprioception), awareness of internal body signals (interception), taste, and smell work together to give us a reliable picture of the world and our place in it. You can learn more about raising a sensory smart child and about sensory processing disorder.

Nancy Peske Sensory Smart Parent author Raisin a Sensory Smart Chihld
Sensory Processing Issues
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