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Sensory Processing

Sensory Processing

Sensory Processing refers to the way a person’s nervous system receives sensory messages and turns them into responses. These senses include sight (vision), sound (auditory), touch (tactile), taste (gustatory), body position (proprioception) and movement (vestibular). Most people receive and organize these messages effortlessly into adaptive physiological and behavioral responses. 

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Social/Sensory Stories

These simple and short stories describe a “real life” social/sensory situation children commonly encounter. The stories are written to prompt the child to perform in a socially appropriate manner.  Simple illustrations help convey the message regarding how to react in a positive manner. 

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