A Day in the Life of a Child with Sensory Processing Struggles (SPD) | Brain Balance
A video to develop our understanding of children with sensory processing difficulties-Hi, I'm an eight-year-old living with sensory processing disorder. My parents tell me there are a lot of students with sensory processing disorder. I'm not the only one in the world with it, but I'm the only one in my class. I am pretty sensitive and avoid bright lights, loud sounds and wet things.
Making Sense of Sensory Issues
An introduction to the understanding of Sensory Issues when caring for a child or young person with SEND For further information & support, visit www.reachingfamilies.org.uk Please be aware this is a West Sussex initiative not Kent so it would not be appropriate to contact the Social Communication Team that is suggested in the video clip.
A video led by an Occupational Therapist to explore strategies for supporting a child with sensory processing difficulties.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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