Sensory Focus Magazine is distributed in digital and print format and past issues are also available.

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You will receive one full year (4 quarterly issues) of Sensory Focus Printed Magazine and shipping is included!

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$39.95 – International

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You will receive one full year (4 quarterly issues) of Sensory Focus Digital Magazine!
For just $14.95 

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The person you designate will receive one full year (4 quarterly issues) of Sensory Focus Digital Magazine!
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Sensory Focus Magazine is the first of its kind, serving as an international resource to parents and professionals who want to stay informed on how to improve sensory integration and how to address sensory processing deficits.

Four issues per year will provide quality information written by leading experts in the field as well as parents with unique insight.

Become knowledgeable in the latest research, products, and recommendations by experts. Enjoy a wealth of information regarding books, conferences, websites, personal experiences, and articles that enlighten, encourage, and empower.

Winner of Platinum & Gold Creative Awards in 2008 for Design and Content!
Winner of Gold & Silver Creative Awards in 2009 for Design and Content! 

Sensory Focus Magazine was established in 2004 as a print magazine. In January 2011, we went totally digital.  Now, in 2014, the print magazine is once again available.

All subscriptions include four issues per year.

Examples of great articles from past years:

  • “10 Tips to Grow ‘In Sync’ Kids” by Carol Kranowitz, MA
  • “The Impact of Technology on Child Sensory and Motor Development by Cris Rowan, OTR
  • “Your Little Holiday Helpers” by Deanna Macioce, MS, OTR/L
  • “Disney is Doable”by Deborah Mason and her daughter, Emilee
  • “Creating a Sensational Summer Sensory Diet” by Deanna Macioce, MS, OTR/L

Read some of our free articles here!

Kathleen Morris, MS, CCC-SLP, can now be found at Sensory Soup, her site for reaching people for consulting and workshops across the country and/or internationally. Click the graphic below to visit her new site now.