An Alternative SPD Lexicon
I finally got around to writing a brand new post for the SPD Blogger Network. I’ve decided to share with you what my brain thinks when I hear terms like “IEP”, “bilateral coordination”, and “motor planning.” I’m pretty sure that most parents of kids with sensory issues will agree with my definitions. If you have any of your own- please feel free to add them in the comments. You can read the post here. I guarantee you’ll laugh or your money back.*
SPD- Sometimes Pretty Demanding.
IEP – Incredibly Enervating Process.
Motor Skills – What we develop as we drive our kids from OT, or PT, or ST, school, social skills groups, doctors, and specialists with reluctant, squabbling children doing their best to distract us. Requires…
Motor Planning – bringing enough snacks/ juice/ stickers/ fidgets to keep the kids relatively calm for the journey. Inevitably leads to a…
Gross Motor – how my car looks after all the snacks/ juice/ stickers/ fidgets end up dumped out on the floor.
And while you’re there, take the time to read Spectrummy Daddy’s post and you’ll learn why he is always our superhero, even when he doesn’t realize it. His entry is part of the Sensational Dads series this June, which you should definitely be reading. There are some amazing posts on there. Go on- enjoy!
*Money back offer strictly limited to return on payment for reading the post. Oh look at that….it is free of charge! Costs nothing but a click.