Nancy PeskeNancy Peske is an author and editor of many mind/body/spirit books (among other titles) and is the parent of a child who at age 2 was diagnosed with sensory processing disorder and multiple developmental delays. Coauthor of the award-winning Raising a Sensory Smart Child: The Definitive Handbook for Helping Your Child with Sensory Issues, Nancy co-moderates an online sensory processing disorder support group (sensoryintegrationgroup@yahoogroups.com) and has been active in the SPD community since 2002.


8 responses to “About

  1. I wanted to thank you about reading my blog and I wanted to talk to you more about your website, that I did not know that you had, and to see about linking it to my website…www.TurnOnYourSenses.com. I am a PT with a strong background in sensory and picky eaters. Would you mind checking out my website and offering me some constructive criticisms. Maybe you could offer something on the website like advice for parents. I would love to get your feedback. Thank you, again.
    Dawn Brauer MSPT, CIMI

  2. Angela Dickey

    I just love your blog. If you find any info on taching your child how to ride a bike that would be great. My son is 10 and has SPD and doesn’t want to learn.

  3. Thank you for writing your blog and book. My husband purchased it as soon as we got our son’s ASD and sensory processing diagnosis. Thank you. I just started blogging myself – mostly for my own sanity – and I’ve linked your blog to mine. Thanks for all the wonderful information.

  4. Michelle Post

    Thank you for the helpful information.

  5. I’m very pleased to find your blog, and the others linked to here. Sensory dysfunction and related topics has become my hobby ever since my son was diagnosed with SPD. I love gathering as much information as possible and clicking the pieces of the puzzle together to solve the mysterious behavior of my children. I’ve started blogging about our experiences as well, hoping it will help other parents.

  6. Hi,

    I just signed up to follow your blog! I am an OT in CT and am always looking for new resources to share with my clients parents. Great blog with a TON of information!!!! I just started keeping an informational blog as well where I do an monthly iPad app review and keep parents abreast of new research and or programs in our area. Would love to have you follow: http://ot-kids.blogspot.com/

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