The King's Day Out Book Series is specifically designed to empower children as they navigate life's everyday sensory adventures. The goal of these books is to provide a valuable resource that supports children and families in developing the tools they need to approach life with confidence. The series promotes an understanding of individualized responses to sensory information and encourages children to independently manage daily activities. Through the adventures of King, a Bernese Mountain Dog puppy, and his best friend Ben, children will learn valuable strategies to cope with unfamiliar experiences and build resilience.
What's In The Box:
1 book each that is packed with vibrant images, engaging narratives, and practical tools that children can relate to and learn from.
In "The Car Wash," join King and Ben as they navigate the sensory challenges of a car wash.
In "King Takes a Bath," read about Ben helping King overcome his fear of baths using the tools he’s learned in occupational therapy (OT).
How To Use It:
Read and Explore Together: Enjoy quality bonding time with your child as you read about King and Ben's adventures. Discuss the sights, sounds, smells, and feelings associated with each new activity.
Learn Coping Strategies: Whether your child benefits from occupational therapy (OT) or simply needs help navigating new adventures, these books offer valuable insights. Ben shares OT-specific strategies to help King overcome fear and anxiety, providing practical tools that can benefit every child.
Advocate for Individualized Needs: Use the King's Day Out Series as a platform to encourage open conversations about individualized needs. Empower your child to communicate and advocate for their unique experiences in a supportive and accepting environment.
Resource for Pediatric Medical Professionals: For pediatric medical professionals, the King's Day Out Series serves as a valuable resource to be offered to patients and clients. It not only supports therapeutic interventions but also contributes to raising awareness about neurodiversity and fostering a more inclusive society.
All of the sensory tools and strategies discussed in the King’s Day Out series should ALWAYS be recommended, implemented, and monitored by your child’s trained, licensed, and registered occupational therapist.
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