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Anne Laure Jackson

Hebrew versus Greek – How do you think?

I wonder if you are aware of what you think and why it’s important? Join the free Christian Sensory Support private Facebook group Well, if we look at our worldviews and what we think of ourselves and our disabilities, struggles, children, issues, marriage, then whether we have ‘Greek’ way of thinking or ‘Hebrew’ way of

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Anne Laure Jackson

3 tips to survive Christmas!

If this is the most stressful time of year for you and there are more meltdowns per day than usual – the good news is you are not alone, and the best news is that that are loads of strategies to help! These are tried and tested! It is well worth tuning into your own

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Anne Laure Jackson

Raging Peace: 10 Reasons Children are Like the Sea

“I have told you these things, so that in me you may have peace. In this world you will have trouble. But take heart! I have overcome the world.” –John 16:33 Working with children with ASD and sensory processing disorders, I have seen so much hope and joy throughout the years in seeing progress, but

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What Is Self-Regulation and Why Is It Important?

Do you have a child that hits, kicks, screams in the house, rips things up, and regularly ‘loses it’? OR Can you remember dreaming of reaching adulthood so you could eat chocolate cake every day for dinner and stay up until the small hours of the night on a weekday? Yet, now that we have

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Anne Laure Jackson

Focus on the Good: An Offer of Hope for Managing Sensory Processing Issues

You might have read on my homepage, “Everybody’s sensory thumbprint is unique”. This is something I absolutely believe in! Every child is different. I do not believe in a cookie-cutter solution. What I do believe in is God’s spiritual gifts that have lead me throughout the years to help others experience the peace that passes

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Anne Laure Jackson

The Art of Forgiveness: Taking One Moment at a Time

Mental health is such an important part of parenting. In the hustle and bustle of caring for children, it can be so easy to put aside our own needs as we meet theirs. What’s more, is that is can seem to be a personal conflict leaving us wondering—why me? The fog of questions loom in:

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Anne Laure Jackson

He is Risen! Easter Sensory Fun

No matter what this season has brought you, the blessing of forgiveness and new life remains. We celebrate His resurrection to remember to the pain and suffering our Savior endured at the Cross, and to praise Him for His gift of salvation. Because of His wounds, we are healed. It can be hard in these

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Anne Laure Jackson

What is Sensory Processing?

What Is Sensory Processing? All around us exists a world that’s begging to be explored. We’re blessed to have many senses that make enjoying this world a possibility, although for some people, having these senses can be overwhelming. This can be due to what’s known as sensory processing disorder. What exactly is sensory processing, anyway?

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Sensory Play at Home

There may be times when we aren’t able to do regular OT, and this time is one of them! Let’s keep calm and get creative with some fun activities to do at home that will keep your child engaged. Ah, but this isn’t another list of things to place in a bin or a station to

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