I know my kid is "labeled" but I would NEVER do this to him!
To me this just takes labeling too far...
Yeah because everybody who sees my kid needs to know his label? Well, at least one of them. And he needs that constant reminder that he is different? No thank you! He doesn't even like me to do his joint compressions in public because he's afraid someone will see. But I'm really good at doing them in a way nobody notices a thing now.
Then there's these...
they are cards to hand out to strangers when your kid is having a meltdown. I'm sorry but when mine is having a meltdown explaining to strangers is the last thing on my mind! And they don't need to know WHY he's melting down. What they think is their issue.
I guess to me THIS is labeling your child. Putting it on their shirt and on cards for the whole world to see that they have sensory processing disorder. Most who know my son know about his but I'm not throwing it out there for say a stranger in wal-mart to know about just because they might think I'm a bad parent.
What do you think about this?