Sensory Processing Issues are NOT Discipline Issues

Sensory Processing Issues are NOT Discipline Issues

What is Sensory Processing? 

Sensory processing is the way in which we perceive, process, and organise the information that we receive through our senses i.e sight, hearing, touch, smell, taste and movement. This sensory information comes from our body, and the environment around us!

Many children (and adults), experience atypical sensory processing, which makes it difficult to function effectively within a particular environment....so next time you see a kid having a major meltdown in a crowded or noisy area, perhaps this is the reason why. It's so easy for people to assume the kid needs discipline. Now you know more!

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