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.
If your think your child has difficulty with the above areas, contact us below using the contact form.