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Sensory Processing happens from the day you are born to the day you die... (Jean Ayres said similar to this in her AOTA interview).
Sensory Integration Dysfunction or Sensory Processing Disorder are both terms used to describe the difficulty some people's nervous systems have taking in, integrating and making use of sensory information.
Sensory processing difficulties changes how a person then responds to changes in their own body, the environment and how they interact with it and others around them.
Read more about specific topics in our monthly flyer emphaSIze which each month includes and focuses on a specific aspect of sensory processing.
These difficulties with sensory processing can been seen in isolation but is also frequently seen in combination with other diagnoses including:
Helpful information on sensory integration practices for health, social care and education professionals.
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The following presentation by Diane Parham, delivered at the 2nd European Congress in Sensory Integration describes and delineates fidelity to Ayres' Sensory Integration