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Sensory Processing Disorder at HLC Therapy Group, LLC

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What is Sensory Processing Disorder?

  • Some children have difficulties receiving and processing incoming sensations. Some signs of a sensory issue include:

  • Overly sensitive or under reactive to touch, movement, sights, or sounds

  • Unusually high or low activity level

  • Easily distracted; poor attention to tasks

  • Delays in speech, motor skills, or academic achievement

  • Coordination problems; appears clumsy or awkward

  • Poor body awareness

  • Difficulty learning new tasks or figuring out how to play with unfamiliar toys

  • Difficulty with tasks that require using both hands at the same time

  • Appears to be disorganized most of the time

  • Difficulty with transitions between activities or environments

  • Immature social skills

  • Impulsivity or lack of self-control

  • Difficulty calming self once “wound up”

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We know that there are a lot of questions when choosing a therapy provider for your child. Contact us today and we are happy to help.

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