This page aims to provide useful links to informational sites relating to Occupational Therapy and Sensory Processing Disorder, as well as links to resources, such as assistive therapy materials and equipment, educational toys, books, etc.



Links to informative websites of therapeutic programmes we use:

Websites for Neurodevelopmental Treatment (NDT)

Links to educational toys and therapy resources:

Helpful Resources

Sensory Integration

Books:

  • Raising a Sensory Smart Child by Lindsay Biel and Nancy Peske.
  • Out-of-Sync Child by Carol Kranowitz and Lucy Jane Miller Ph.D OTR
  • Out-of-Sync Child Has Fun: Activities for Kids with Sensory Processing Disorder by Carol Kranowitz.
  • Too Loud, Too Bright, Too Fast, Too Tight: What to Do When You Are Sensory Defensive in an Over-Stimulating World by Sharon Heller.
  • Sensational Kids: Hope and Help for Children with Sensory Processing Disorder by Lucy Miller Ph.D OTR and Doris A. Fuller.
  • Sensory Integration and the Child: Understanding Hidden Sensory Challenges by A. Jean Ayres Ph.D
  • Groovy adventurers: How to encourage your baby to move from one developmental stage to the next while having a blast! by Lourdes Bruwer and Carly Tzanos
  • Raising Happy Children by Lizanne du Plessis

Blogs and websites:

Play Therapy, Adoption, Fostering and Emotional growth of the child

Books:

  • Attachment Play by Aletha J. Solter, Ph.D
  • Connected Kids: Help kids with Special Needs (and Autism) SHINE with Mindful, Heartfelt Activities by Lorraine E. Murray .
  • The Whole-brain child by Dr. Daniel J.Siegel and Dr. Tina Payne Bryson.
  • No drama discipline by Dr. Daniel J.Siegel and Dr. Tina Payne Bryson.
  • The Manual that never came with your Child by Jane Jarvis et al.
  • The Connected Parent by Karyn Purvis and Lisa Qualls.
  • The Connected Child by Karyn Purvis.
  • The My Story Journal by Milan Murray and Chantel Griesel.

Blogs and websites:

Engaging, Connecting and Autism

Books:

  • The Child with Special Needs by Stanley I. Greenspan M.D and Serena Wieder PhD.
  • Engaging Autism by Stanley I. Greenspan M.D and Serena Wieder PhD.

Blogs and websites: