Welcome to our Sensory Processing Page
What is Sensory Processing
This is how our brain sorts out sensory (sound, smell, movement) information so we can understand things around us.
For most children this happens as part of our normal development.
We all have sensory processing, but some of us have stronger areas for example – strong tastes where you try to avoid a food.
For some children it is delayed or disorded, they struggle to take part in everyday life for example, they are very upset and distressed to loud noises and find a birthday party hard to go to. It could be if another child brushes against them and they experience it as painful as this sense for them is strong and enhightened.
Below are some websites with information, videos and strategies to support.
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