Sensory Processing Disorder

People become over-or-under-responsive to different stimuli. Individuals living with sensory processing disorders are very sensitive towards new stimuli in their environment, and this behavior is often observed in children.  

Sensory Processing Disorder

Signs and Symptoms of Sensory Processing Disorder

With children facing conditions of Sensory Processing Disorder, display the following symtops and signs: 

  • Gental touch on skin feeling harsh. 
  • Clumsiness. 
  • Normal room lighting being felt too bright. 
  • Normal sounds being felt as too loud or noisy. 
  • Failing to recognise bodily states (like a running nose). 


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