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Angie Voss, OTR is an occupational therapist specializing in sensory integration with over 20 years of experience working with children with sensory differences. Her experience also includes speaking engagements and workshops for parents, as well as sensory based training for various organizations and businesses including educators, therapists, physicians, and other medical professionals. Angie has also been published in S.I. Focus as a featured author.
Angie transitioned from the private practice setting, to a focus on education and awareness for those living and working with children who are faced with sensory differences and challenges. Her most recent project launched in February of 2014, Our Sensory Village™. This is a free monthly online event. For more information visit...asensorylife.com/our-sensory-villagetrade.html
She is the owner and developer of ASensoryLife.com (previously UnderstandingSPD.com) a comprehensive resource based website intended to work hand in hand with her published books.
As a pediatric OT, I lend this out to parents as a resource, because I think it's helpful and concise. Read morePublished 7 days ago by VJH
I'd recommend this to anyone that works with or cares for kids or others on an ongoing basis: parents, therapists, teachers, caregivers, etc. Read morePublished 1 month ago by suzanne m cormendy
This book is a very well written and organized for therapists, teachers and parents dealing with children that have sensory processing disorders. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Teresa Westerbur
It wasn't what I expected. It was ideas for sensory children to trym but really vague. I need to buy the introductory book first so I can better understand this one.Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
Amazingly clear and useful tips for dealing with all sorts of sensory signals. So great to have something written is easy to understand English, that gives such clear ideas for... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Debbie Thompson
This book is excellent. It contains pages of info on sensory concerns, the sensory explanation of each, and ideas to help. There are more resources in the back on special topics. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Nancy B. Driscoll