What are some things that we often see in infants, toddlers, and school age children that indicate sensory processing challenges?
We list out our top sensory processing red flags for infants, including colic, missed milestones, and challenges with feeding.
We then list out our top sensory processing red flags for toddlers which include avoiding playground equipment, covering ears for everyday noises, and avoiding messy play.
Finally, we provide our top sensory concerns for school age children, including any of the previously mentioned challenges plus big emotional outbursts and difficulty with reading at age level.
And of course we leave you with our tips and strategies at the end!
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