"Polly and Liz are the parents of two children with Sensory Integration Dysfunction, but their commitment, enthusiasm and devotion to helping others goes far beyond their own children and families. I found them inspirational in that they have decided their work and path in life is to make sure other parents and children don't get as frustrated and scuttled in their search for help as they did before finding an intervention approach which recognized and successfully treated their children's very special needs."
"This resource book is a must read for therapists, parents, and educators. As a therapist, instructor, and author in the field of Occupational Therapy and specializing in Sensory Integration Therapy, I found this book to be informative and insightful. It reflects warmth and a personal caring concern for all parents and their children with Sensory Integration Dysfunction. Liz and Polly are able to offer a clear and unique perspective. They combine the sometimes simple, but often complex realities of living with a child who has Sensory issues with practical suggestions."
Elizabeth M. Anderson, MA, was raised in Connecticut and now lives in Binghamton, NY with her husband, Richard. They have four children: Lindy, Ellie, Julia, and Carter.
Pauline A. Emmons, B.S., B.A., was raised in New York State and now lives in Binghamton, NY with her husband, Dale, and their two children: Dylan and Laura.