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Color My Senses: The Sensory Detective Coloring Book Paperback – October 14, 2016
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"At times, the level of detail is astonishing for a kid's book and the words used never pander to the very young but remain consistent and scientific. [...] Color my Senses by Paula Aquilla BSc, OT, DOMP is without a doubt the best book on the sensory system aimed at young children, but due to the language and detail, its usefulness extends well beyond the early years and it is equally suitable for older children who need an introduction to the senses." - Gavin Bollard, Life with Aspergers Blog "[A] simple book that neatly teaches children about their sensory system while they colour in the pictures. How many other books would introduce the concept of proprioception by suggesting, 'feel the position of your foot as it touches the ground' while offering a drawing of the same that readers can colour in?'. -Autism|eye
About the Author
Paula Aquilla loves the practice of Occupational Therapy and Osteopathy! She is a graduate of the University of Toronto and has practiced in a variety of clinical, home and community settings since 1986. Paula is also an osteopathic manual practitioner and specializes in paediatrics. She is the director of Aquilla Occupational Therapy (established in 1990); a family oriented practice that is full of fun and learning! Paula was the founder and director of Yes I Can! Nursery School, Yes I Can! Summer Camps, and the I Love My Baby programs in Toronto from 1990-1996. She was the founding director of Giant Steps Toronto. Paula brings warmth and enthusiasm in her work with children and their families. Paula currently consults at the Muki Baum Treatment Centres in Toronto and various schools in Toronto. She teaches throughout Canada, the United States, Australia, the United Kingdom, and India. Her practice encompasses all types of children and young adults and her specialty is sensory integration therapy. Paula has been a guest lecturer for the University of Toronto, McMaster University, and Humber College. She is published in the field: co-author of Building Bridges through Sensory Integration: Occupational Therapy for Children with Autism and other Developmental Disorders (1998) and is a contributor to Children, Youth and Adults with Asperger’s Syndrome. She is the technical editor for the SI Focus Magazine. Paula has contributed to other magazines and special interest newsletters in Canada, the United States, and the United Kingdom.