I recently appeared as a guest on MNN’s “School-Home Connection”, and spoke about the role of pediatric occupational therapists in the school setting, my upcoming book, and skimmed the surface on a few self-regulation strategies (some of which are explained in detail in my book, “The Kids’ Guide to Staying Awesome and in Control: Simple Stuff to Help Children Regulate Their Emotions and Senses”. (See my home page for ordering information). I had a blast filming (even though I was a little nervous in the beginning :p)

The show aired on Tuesday, March 4, 2014 at 7 pm.

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Check it Out:

The Kids’ Guide has been reviewed by Special Needs Book Review, where I have also done an author interview.

I have contributed numerous articles for Autism Parenting Magazine, including, but not limited to:
Head Banging Solutions
Why Obstacle Courses Are Amazing for Kids (and How You Can Make Your Own Version)
Celebrating the Whole Child

My first book was featured on Everyday Health’s Sanity Break Column, in an article written by Theresa Bouchard, and was featured on AOL’s Wellness page:
I have been a guest blogger on the Kid Companion’s website, discussing Integrated Listening Systems and Irlen Syndrome.


Integrated Listening Systems (iLs) – Multi-sensory Program for Improving Brain Function by Lauren Brukner, MS, OTR/L

What Is Irlen Syndrome? What Are the Symptoms? by Lauren Brukner, MS, OTR/L

My first book was listed as Sue Larkey’s Top pick for 2015!

My first book was also reviewed by Alice Crutwell on In Our Hands:

Book Review: The Kids’ Guide to Staying Awesome and In Control


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