Reasons the UCSF Study is Amazing

There is a biological basis for how children with sensory processing disorder behave.

They are not behaving that way to make us a little nutty.  It just seems that way sometimes.

The behavior is not the result of bad parenting.  Repeat, not the result of bad parenting.

There is something we can do about it.  It takes time, but it is worth it.

Once the sensory processing systems begin to work together, we can see who a child really is.  Then their gifts can be apparent to the world.

This knowledge gives us all a reason to be a little kinder to ourselves and each other.

Moira Sullivan

Moira uses a holistic approach that promotes healthy development in the child while honoring and supporting their relationship with their family and the community. A graduate of San Jose State University, she has advanced training in sensory integration, visual perception and visual-motor integration, DIR Floortime, oral motor rehabilitation, strength and endurance training, and myofascial release.