Sensory Processing Dysfunction

 Sensory processing dysfunction has a great effect on a child’s motor skills, behavior,
and ability to process information impacting the ability to make an appropriate response.

Signs of sensory processing dysfunction include:

  • Difficulties with speech, overly sensitive to loud noises or problems following directions.
  •  Withdrawing from touch, avoiding certain textures, clothing or food.
  • Limited social skills or difficulty playing with other children.
  • Fearful response to ordinary movement, poor balance, clumsiness or weakness.
  • Difficulty with motor coordination or with learning a new task.
  • Poor problem solving or difficulty adapting to new situations.

Concept Of Child Abuse.

Our exceptional therapists paired with our state of the art sensory gym enables us
to provide quality sensory treatment geared to our clients needs.

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