Is it Behavior? Or is it Sensory? Subscriber Printable

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When I wrote my Is it Behavior? Or is it Sensory? 5-week series a couple of years ago, I had no idea it would turn into some of the most popular posts on my site. I recently had a reader ask me to put the entire series into a printer-friendly version and I figured a few of you may be interested in that. So today I have it posted and ready for you to subscribe and download.

A subscriber printable of the popular Is it Behavior? Or is it Sensory? series on Growing Hands-On Kids. Includes Vestibular input, Screen time, sleep, diet, and discipline tips for sensory processing.

Behavior vs. Sensory Subscriber Printable

The series takes a look at behaviors vs. sensory and how different sensory inputs and processing affect a child's behavior. In particular, the series looks at vestibular input, diet, sleep and screen time, and also discipline ideas.

All of the information in this series comes from a continuing education class I attended based on the topic. I compiled all of my notes and other studies and resources shared during this course and created the series with this information.

The subscriber download is also available at the bottom of each post in the series. You can view them all below:

To download your subscriber printable of this series, simply enter your e-mail address below and click the “DOWNLOAD” button. You will need to confirm your subscription in any e-mail you receive in your inbox and then your download will automatically be sent to your computer. Double-check your “downloads” folder to find it and save it to your computer.

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Heather Greutman, COTA

Heather Greutman is a Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant with experience in school-based OT services for preschool through high school. She uses her background to share child development tips, tools, and strategies for parents, educators, and therapists. She is the author of many ebooks including The Basics of Fine Motor Skills, and Basics of Pre-Writing Skills, and co-author of Sensory Processing Explained: A Handbook for Parents and Educators.

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  1. Hi Jessica, When you submit your e-mail in the box at the end of the post it will automatically be sent to your e-mail. Thanks.

  2. Hello. As others mentioned I get an invalid email address error code. Would love to have this information of theres a way to make that happen.

  3. Hi Lisa, I added you manually so you should get an e-mail asking you to confirm you subscription. I am going to be switching out e-mail providers soon, so hopefully this problem will be resolved soon!

  4. Dori chalawa says:

    Hi, thank you for sharing your work. I am trying to subscribe; however the system does not like my email. Can you assist.
    Thank you!

  5. Lynn Rogstad says:

    I already get your emails but haven’t seen this! would love this info. On behavior vs. sensory
    Thanks for all the great info!

  6. Janet Macejak says:

    I am trying to subscribe, however and have not received anything in my email so I can confirm my subscription.

  7. Hi Janet, if you are using a school e-mail address, they tend to block these incoming e-mails because of high firewall protection. If you have an alternate e-mail address (such as yahoo or gmail), please try using that one. Thanks.

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