March 7

Sensory Integration

We receive information from sight, smell, touch, movement, sounds, taste and body position. There are individuals who may not be able to process all this information effectively.

Here is a website that explains what Sensory Integration is, what Sensory Integration Disorder looks like and how to help children who have difficulties integrating all or some of the sensory input.

Sensory Processing

Also look at this simple picture to illustrate Sensory Integration.

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