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Parents can play a crucial role in understanding and responding to their children’s sensory processing cues. Here are some tips to help parents take sensory processing cues from their children: Observe and listen: Pay close attention to your child’s behavior, body language, and verbal cues. Notice how they react in different environments or situations. Are…Details
Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) is a condition that affects how a child’s brain processes and responds to information from their senses. Normally, our senses (like sight, sound, touch, taste, and smell) help us understand and interact with the world around us. However, children with SPD may have difficulty organizing and making sense of this sensory…Details