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Special Needs – Sensory Resources

We have Special Needs children in our home…

Our oldest child has Autism (Aspergers) and ADHD. All of our children have sensory issues to varying degrees. A few of our children have fine motor issues (and struggle with putting pen to paper). We have a child with eczema and kids with allergies (one child has an EpiPen which we have never had to use – thankfully!).

Each week, on Fridays, I want to focus on a different aspect of Special Needs. There are so many resources and pieces of information that I want to share with you, but all in due time. Today’s post is about Sensory Resources. I love looking at catalogs to get ideas. I have created a list of my favorite Special Needs Catalogs. You can get amazing ideas from the catalogs below to create your own sensory experiences at home.

Do you know of any other great Special Needs Catalogs?

What aspect of Special Needs do you need more resources for?

5 thoughts on “Special Needs – Sensory Resources”

  1. Yeah! I am so glad you are up and running! I like the new blog look!
    I also have a child with severe food allergies. I plan on doing some posts about food allergies and some resources I have found to be helpful, just haven’t gotten around to it yet. :)
    Homeschool Creations just did a post about Speech needs. Let me see….It’s called Super Star Speech.
    I really enjoyed the post and there is a blog that gives great advice.
    Have a great week!

    • Hi Kelly,

      Thank you for visiting. I am glad you like the new look. I hope it is easier to get around.

      Let me know when you have your posts up about food allergies. I would love to read them.

      I will have to hop on over to Homeschool Creations and check out her post. Thank you for sharing it with me.

      Thanks again for coming and taking the time to comment. I love comments.


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