Sensory Processing Disorder (1)Sensory processing can difficult to understand, and understanding how sensory processing difficulties impacts your child can be even more confusing. Effective sensory processing allows a person to receive, tolerate and produce the appropriate motor and behavioral response to their environment. Sensory processing disorder is when sensory information is not organized into appropriate responses. When this happens different parts of the brain do not receive all the information needed to generate the appropriate response. SPD may look very different in children. Some children experience anxiety and move through life in very cautious nature. Other children may be always on the go, pushing the limits of there surroundings. Let us help you understand how sensory processing disorder is challenging your child and possibly inhibiting their true abilities from shinning through. Our experienced team will be able to provide you with the knowledge and tools needed to make a true difference in your child’s life.