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Sometimes our kids have challenges that can’t be fully addressed with peaceful parenting.

Sensory processing challenges/disorder can cause challenging behaviour if you’re not aware of what’s going on. 

In this week’s episode, I speak with Dayna Abraham. She helps us understand what sensory processing challenges are and what we can do to help our children. Dayna is the founder of the Calm the Chaos® Framework, best-selling author of The Superkids Activity Guide to Conquering Every Day and founder of the popular blog, Lemon Lime Adventures.

Dayna helps parents and education professionals unlock the unique super powers in children so they can live a more peaceful life filled with clarity, connection and empowerment by providing them with a proven plan designed to Calm the Chaos® of everyday life.

Listen in as we talk about:

  • How Dayna came into this work through the challenges her son faced at school
  • What our 8 main senses are
  • Examples of “bad” behaviours that may actually be sensory processing challenges
  • What to do when you notice your child having sensory processing challenges
  • Are sensory processing challenges more common than they used to be?

When she’s not writing, you can find her drinking lots of coffee and being the best sidekick possible for her own three Superkids.

    Episode #17: Sensory Processing Challenges/Disorder with Dayna Abraham

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