SENSORY

Sensory

Having met the child’s attachment needs (Level 1), addressing somatic (body-based) sensory requirements becomes crucial for regulating the nervous system. Vagus nerve stimulation, movement, and sensory regulation are instrumental in promoting emotional well-being and enabling the child to progress to the next level.

The Child’s Profile

  • I have poor core strength, postural stability and/or appear clumsy (proprioception)
  • I’m not aware of my own personal needs, such as needing the toilet or a drink (interoception)
  • I become overwhelmed by busy environments, finding it hard to filter out background noise (auditory)
  • I find textures and clothing uncomfortable (tactile)
  • I find copying from the board, reading, or having visual distractions difficult (visual)
  • I need to change position, and/or move around to feel comfortable (vestibular)

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