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.
- Pacific Pediatrics Supply Ltd.
- Southpaw Enterprises Inc.
- Achievement Products For Special Needs
- Special Needs Toys
- Pocket Full Of Therapy
- Therapy Shoppe
- Different Roads To Learning
Do you know of any other great Special Needs Catalogs?
What aspect of Special Needs do you need more resources for?