People with sensory processing difficulties may not be able to:
Many people with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) experience difficulties with sensory processing. The information from our seven senses provides awareness of our bodies and the world around us.
A person with sensory processing difficulties may be over-sensitive or under-sensitive to the information their senses provide. They may process only some parts of the information, misinterpret this information, or they may simply need additional time to process the information their senses are receiving.
Click here for a list of indicators that your student may have sensory processing difficulties.
So why doesn’t the student just tell me that they have sensory issues?