We are thrilled that someone so knowledgeable and passionate about sensory kids is recommending our labels.
Minoa, New York (PRWEB) December 17, 2013
IdentaMe Labels was recommended in a book that is helping parents who have children exhibiting sensory issues. The Sensory Child Gets Organized: Proven Systems for Rigid, Anxious, or Distracted Kids was written by professional organizer Carolyn Dalgliesh and is now available in bookstores and online.
In the book, Dalgliesh touts the benefits of IdentaMe labels to help children keep track of belongings. IdentaMe Labels are peel and stick and waterproof so they can be placed on items that are washed in the dishwasher or washing machine, with no need to be sewn. The labels can be applied to clothing, coats and jackets, lunchboxes, toys, backpacks, school books, shoes, sports equipment, water bottles, food containers and anything else that might become misplaced during a playdate or a day at school.
As the parent of a sensory child herself, Dalgliesh knows the difficulties parents face in organizing children who suffer from sensory issues. The book allows her to use her organizing expertise to help others through recommending a system that creates order in a home.
“We are thrilled that someone so knowledgeable and passionate about sensory kids is recommending our labels,” says April Hammond, who, along with Gail Greiner, founded IdentaMe Labels. “IdentaMe Labels is an absolute must to keep families from losing their things and to help them stay organized.”
Each year, thousands of children are diagnosed with disorders that inhibit their ability to process external information. Sensory issues can be connected to ADHD, autism spectrum disorders, bipolar disorder, and obsessive-compulsive disorder. Children suffering from sensory issues can often feel overwhelmed by the vast amount of information presented to them each day. Dalgliesh knows the toll this can take on even the most well-organized family and through her book, hopes to provide tips that will ease the stress for both sensory children and their parents.
In the book, Dalgliesh encourages parents to use labels to zone a room. By designating bins, doors, drawers, and baskets and labeling each, a sensory child will have an image that matches the way his or her mind learns and processes information. Throughout the book, Dalgliesh mentions labeling as a tool for simplifying a sensory child’s environment and making it more soothing. Through her company, Sensory Organizing, Dalgliesh regularly helps parents organize their homes to be more comfortable for children with sensory issues.
In addition to the organizational benefits of labeling for sensory children, parents can use IdentaMe labels to involve children in the process of getting organized. Kid-friendly designs make IdentaMe Labels fun for children and parents. Labels come in 6 different sizes and can be ordered by the page so parents can decide what sizes and shapes work for their kids things. Labels are personalized with each child’s name, so parents can throw away their markers. Simply peel a label off and affix it to an item and it will stay there for the duration.
To browse IdentaMe Labels selection of labels, visit https://www.identamelabels.com/Products/Kids-Labels. For more information on Carolyn Dalgliesh’s book, visit http://www.carolyndalgliesh.com/book.htm.