Sensory Processing

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Sensory processing is how an individual receives, processes and responds to their internal and external sensory environment. Children may be over-responsive or under-responsive and therefore respond to the sensory environment in a range of ways.

Some frequent signs that may indicate sensory processing difficulties are listed below:

✔️ My child gets very upset in noisy environments.

✔️ My child covers their ears in noisy environments.

✔️ My child doesn’t like when they get their hair cut/nails cut/hair washed.

✔️ My child has difficulty staying seated.

✔️ My child gets very upset when we go to the shops.

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