Key phrase: sensory processing delays in children with learning disabilities, sensory processing treatment
Children with sensory processing difficulties may:
- have poor posture control or strength
- have poor balance or coordination
- avoid weight bearing
- be uncomfortable climbing or have a fear of heights.
- not have a dominant hand
- weak self-regulation skills
- have poor attention and organization skills
- demonstrate inappropriate behavior or social skills
- be overly active or very lethargic
- have difficulties in learning and retaining knowledge
- be uncomfortable in crowds or group settings
- demonstrate immature social skills
- struggle with high anxiety
Sensory processing problems can be very frustrating and confusing for a family and for the child. With individualized sensory processing treatment life can get easier!