How to help your High Learning Potential child cope with noise
A surprisingly easy strategy to empower parents to support their children who get anxious and refuse to go out when its noisyWatch Promo
If you are the parent of a high learning potential (gifted) child with severe sensitivities towards noise, and the things you have tried so far to help have not worked, then this short course is for you!
In this course, which will take you less than an hour to complete, you will:
- Gain an understanding of what adequate and inadequate sensory processing is;
- Learn that we have eight sensory systems each with a specific function, and
- Start identifying your child's overall sensory profile.
I will also share with you an overview of the effective strategy I have developed in my therapy practice as a direct result of working with high learning potential children and their families, to help them cope better with noise.
Once you have completed this course you will feel empowered to support your child better to engage more fully in those activities that will help him/her to learn and thrive!
What people are saying about the course:
"I loved the fact that you referred to real life experiences. The video is clear and without distractions. Even for a parent who has been through this, it was a wonderful refresher" - Kerry.
"Very informative, and well structured. Easily accessible to those new to the OT/Sensory field" - Jevetta.
'Simple explanation of sensory processing, possible problems, how to help your child and why each part of the process is important" - Anna.
I am a specialist children's Occupational Therapist who qualified in South Africa in 2000. I have been living and working in the UK since 2001 - and still loving it. In my private practice I regularly work with children who have 'dual or multiple exceptionality' (DME) or you may recognise the term 'twice exceptional' (2E) better. I am part of a national group of advocates for DME children, whose needs are so often overlooked. My work in highlighting the need of occupational therapy for DME children, both nationally and internationally, has lead to me being awarded the 'Above and Beyond Inspirational Therapist Award' in February 2019.
Join me on this course, and see how we can change the world one child at a time. And in this case, that child is yours!
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This is an investment of less than an hour of your time, which can make a marked difference to your child's life. What are you waiting for?