Are Sensory Meltdowns Making Your Life Chaos? Help is Here!
What you need to know about sensory meltdowns
Maybe you feel overwhelmed, stressed, and even uncomfortable with how to respond to your child’s meltdowns. You might be questioning if their behavior is sensory or if it’s defiant behavior.
Or you know your child’s meltdowns are sensory related, but nothing seems to be working. You’ve tried everything you can think of and now feel lost and don’t have the confidence in knowing how to help your child feel in control.
You may even feel like your child is out to get you and that their meltdowns come out of nowhere.
Or maybe you have a child who is showing aggressive behavior towards yourself and others. The hitting, spitting, head banging, biting, scratching, and yelling are taking its toll on your relationship with your child. You feel physically and emotionally exhausted.
If that’s the case, I’ve got great news for you today. My friends Heather and Sharla have created a solution for you. It’s a course called Overcoming Sensory Meltdowns.
This course can help you feel confident and overcome sensory meltdowns with proven sensory integration tips, tools, and strategies to help your child self-regulate and give you both a toolkit of ways to minimize sensory meltdowns and even catch them before they escalate.
Sharla and Heather are passionate about this topic.
Sharla is the mom of 7 children and 5 of them have Sensory Processing Disorder. She has seen first-hand the difference that the right strategies can make in your home and in your child.
Heather is a Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant who has a passion for helping parents and educators understand sensory processing so that they can help the children in their lives without all the difficult jargon and “OT Speak”.
How would you like to:
- Better understand your child and help them feel accepted?
- Be able to recognize the signs of sensory overload and prevent it from happening in the first place?
- Reduce the frequency and duration of sensory meltdowns? (for real!)
- Know which strategies to arm your child with for maximum results?
- Recognize if something is behavior or sensory?
- Feel less isolated and alone?
- Be able to stay calm yourself while helping your child?