Read Karissa’s Article to learn more about the traits and symptoms of children with SPD. It’s important to understand the signs and “triggers” so that you can help make these children feel more comfortable
Identifying potential problems can make a positive impact on the rest of a child’s life. Read Shari’s article for information & further resources.
Early intervention can make a world of difference for children. Catching potential concerns early & addressing them head on can mean a happier, healthier future for your child & the whole family.
Front Door Sign
“Shhh… Please do not knock or ring bell. A sensitive child lives here. Have a nice day!”
A knock on the door or the sudden noise of the door bell ringing can startle our children & cause chaos in a moment. This sign is meant to be polite, yet straightforward to help keep things as peaceful as possible in your home.
*If you do not have a doorbell, we can change the wording on the sign. Simply indicate this in the notes section at checkout.
This product is made by The Cozy Cub.
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