Thursday, October 22, 2009

October is National Sensory Awareness Month..

I have not forgotten that this is the month in which we have elected to educated the world on Sensory Awareness.

October is National Sensory Awareness Month with the theme “Come to Your Senses.”

This is the fifth year that will lead and sponsor this national campaign to raise awareness regarding sensory integration/sensory processing disorders. I am posting this because I am VERY familiar with SID or SPD as a mom of a child with sensory issues.

Read more about sensory processing disorder at – In fact, if you know a child who cannot sit still, you may start reading about it for the child, only to discover that you have it and that is why you may do some of the things you do.

SI Focus encouragers people that October is the month for working within your own community raising awareness in your schools, among neighbors and within your family.


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