Sensory Processing or Behavior? - June 6, 2017
This workshop is most appropriate for parents and caregivers of children 0-8 years old. If you’re familiar with the term “sensory overload,” you have an idea what sensory processing issues are. These issues happen because the brain has trouble organizing information from the senses. Children with sensory processing issues may be over-sensitive to the world around them. This can make normal day-to-day activities an overwhelming experience for them. Other children with sensory processing issues are under-sensitive to information they receive through the senses. This can lead to other problems. Sensory processing issues can impact a child’s social development as well as cause difficulties in the classroom. Learning more about sensory processing issues, local resources and possible treatments is a good first step in getting help for your child.
Taught by Darlene Logan, OTR/L, Occupational Therapist
Tuesday, June 6, 2017 6-7:30 pm