The following websites offer information about occupational therapy, sensory integration, sensory processing, and other resources for parents with sensory challenged children.

American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA)—The American Occupational Therapy Association is a national professional society established in 1917 to represent the interests and concerns of occupational therapy practitioners, and to improve the quality of occupational therapy services.

STAR Institute for Sensory Processing Disorder—expanding knowledge, fostering awareness and promoting recognition of Sensory Processing Disorder

Integrated Listening Systems (iLs)—Building upon the psychoacoustic techniques originally developed in Europe and further refined over the past 8 years in the U.S. by Dynamic Listening Systems (DLS), iLs programs combine auditory stimulation with balance, movement and visual motor activities.

University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) Sensory Neurodevelopment & Autism Program (SNAP)—The publications listed on this page are a selection of the articles published by the UCSF Pediatric Brain Center’s Sensory Neurodevelopment and Autism Program.

Pediatric Therapy Network—a nonprofit therapeutic and educational center that provides occupational, speech/language and physical therapy to children with special needs—a nonprofit organization which strives to empower health professionals and parents with knowledge of the benefit of early detection and early intervention for children’s sensory, motor, and communication development.

The ALERT Program®—an innovative program that supports children, teachers, parents, and therapists to choose appropriate strategies to change or maintain states of alertness.

Handwriting Without Tears—a handwriting curriculum for all children created by an occupational therapist

Reduce the Noise: Help Loved Ones with Sensory Overload Enjoy Shopping—blog article

Moving with Special Needs Kids—blog article

SmartKnitKIDS—patented seamless socks are perfect for children experiencing sensory processing differences, hypersensitivity or who simply can’t stand annoying seams! These super soft socks for sensitive little feet will not wrinkle or bunch and are proven to reduce irritation.