Effective sensory processing is vital to ensure children fulfil their potential, feel safe and confident. Early childhood sensory development impacts the ways children learn, behave and interact with others.

Sensory Processing

childcolouredhandsEvery person uses their sensory systems differently – recognising what makes children feel good, scared, calm or focussed helps us to understand children’s learning styles and be able to adapt our behaviour, modify activities and implement strategies to set them up for success.

Acknowledging the ways in which children understand their world can provide families and staff with a whole new toolbox of ideas for helping them learn. It also enables us to identify when children are experiencing additional challenges or need further support. Evidence suggests that early needs identification and timely intervention are key indicators of successful intervention and can reduce the need for further intensive intervention at a later stage.

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