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Jul 25, 2018

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I have two kids with sensory issues, the older one is 7, the younger one is just over a year. I'm looking for a book that deals with these issues in a clear, interesting way, and preferably gives tips and advice on how to set up a sensory diet. I specifically want a book that will also deal with sensory diet for a baby (most things I've read only deal with older children). My baby is not having an easy time with physical development, and the PT thinks it has more to do with his sensory issues than with his low muscle tone, which is why I really need some guidance in dealing with him.


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Jul 25, 2018

Hi! My coauthor, Lindsey Biel, OTR/L, has worked with babies, so we incorporated advice about sensory smart parenting of babies into our book Raising a Sensory Smart Child: https://amzn.to/2nlWnpb

It's common for kids with low muscle tone to have developmental delays and yes, the delays can be sensory-related. What SI therapy, performed by sensory smart OTs, does is retrain the brain over time to process sensory issues more typically. I am not sure what obstacles your PT is hitting in helping your baby, but you might find the answers in the book. Have you checked it out?


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