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Sensory Integration

Sensory integration is the brain’s ability to organize and interpret sensory experiences including touch, sight, sound, smell, taste, movement, and body awareness. Signs of sensory integration dysfunction may include:

  1. Aversion to various consistencies, textures, temperatures of food
  2. Aversion to touch around the oro-facial area
  3. Hyper or hypo sensitive to various kinesthetic and tactile stimulation
  4. Overly sensitive to sights, sounds, touch or movement
  5. Non-responsive or minimally responsive to sights, sounds, touch or movement
  6. Difficulty making transition from one situation, activity, place, or routine to another
  7. Easily distracted
  8. Delayed development in speech, language and motor skills
  9. Social/emotional problems
  10. Impulsive

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