Parenting a Sensory Sensitive Child Masterclass
75 minute FREE masterclass for parents of sensory sensitive children. 👉🏼Even if you can't make it, register for a spot so I can send you the recording
Join us for this 🌟FREE🌟 live event if you:
👉🏼are consumed by constant meltdowns
👉🏼have a child that seems to be sensitive to the world
👉🏼want to know how you can help your child get through the daily battles
If you have a sensory-sensitive child who consistently struggles with: getting their skin messy/sticky, sounds, busy environments, clothing/shoes, picky eating, or hygiene tasks, this is for you.
JOIN THE MASTERCLASS TO LEARN:
- The 3 big problems parents face with raising a sensory sensitive child
- Why meltdowns happen often for sensory-sensitive children
- 1 actionable thing you can do today to start supporting your child at home.
But you'll also learn
- The 3 common sensory profiles
- About the just right challenge and how you can apply it for your child
- The step by step process I used on my own daughter to improve her emotional & sensory regulation
GRAB SOME COFFEE AND A NOTEBOOK- YOU WON'T REGRET IT.
I've got some major knowledge bombs to drop on you.
I’m Laura, pediatric Occupational Therapist and Mom to Liliana, my 5 year old neurodivergent, sensory sensitive little girl.
No one gets it more than I do.
I used to envy my friends at playdates who would get to casually chat and sip their coffee while their confident, independent children would be playing and frolicking across the room.
I spent most of the playdates managing my daughter’s meltdowns from the messy play area or handling her big emotions when it came to loud sounds and too many people.
Often times I didn’t even make it to the playdate because we were on the 3rd meltdown of the morning.
She didn’t “check enough boxes” in order to get OT on her own, which I would have wanted. But instead. I played OT mom at home.
It's been almost 4 years of our "work" at home and I'm still in awe at how far we've come.
Can I tell you a secret? I don't do anything super fancy with her, and I'm not providing hours of private OT-mom therapy.
I did take what I knew as an OT to offer her calming daily strategies that were super simple to do, AND offered her playful practice sessions with achievable steps that she didn’t feel overwhelmed in.
It all boils down to 2 focus points to be successful in helping your child overcome their sensory triggers:
- Finding simple, easy to implement sensory strategies that you can implement DAILY (without feeling overwhelmed)
- Finding a balanced, fun way to practice through play
Find out how in the free masterclass.
I know your time is limited, I know you feel overwhelmed and have no idea where to start. Let me help you.
You’ll learn all the information you need to about how sensory profiles affect behavior, what’s really underneath a sensory meltdown, and
4 steps to getting your child more comfortable with daily tasks like: