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Sensory Motor

Sensory processing is the ability to take in and respond to the sensory information in the environment. This input can come in many forms, including auditory, visual, tactile, and movement. For special needs children, sensory information can become overwhelming or confusing, often causing difficulty in social situations or everyday activities.
How can playtime help? Practice! In a low-pressure setting with a focus on fun, children may be more willing to experience various textures, materials, and sounds. As kids get used to sensory input in play, they'll be better equipped to cope with stimuli in everyday life too.



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