10 Things Nannies Should Know About Sensory Processing Disorder » Nanny.NET:
"The term “sensory processing” is used to describe the way that the brain interprets and organizes the information it receives through sensory input. Everything you hear, see, taste, smell and feel is processed by your brain before your body responds to that stimuli. Children with sensory processing disorders organize the things they sense in different ways, and may learn in different ways as a result. For childcare providers with limited experience caring for children with sensory processing disorders, figuring out the best way to meet their charge’s needs isn’t always easy. If you’re faced with the prospect of caring for a charge with a sensory processing disorder, here are 10 of the things you’ll need to know."
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