Sensory Processing Disorder and the 7 Senses





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Published on Jun 10, 2011

http://www.sensorysmartparent.com Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) affects our 7 senses: proprioceptive, vestibular, sight, smell, taste, tactile, hearing. Sensory processing has many aspects to it, as demonstrated in this educational video about sensory issues. For more info on sensory smarts, sensory issues, a sensory diet, autism and sensory issues, and Raising a Sensory Smart Child visit http://www.facebook.com/pages/Raising... or Twitter https://twitter.com/#!/sensorysmarts

The 7 senses involved in sensory processing disorder and which have to be considered when created a sensory diet are:

0:05 Sight and visual processing including tracking of movements and visual contrast

0:25 Smell and taste and undersensitivities to taste

0:36 Movement and vestibular processing, dizziness when the vestibular sense is off

0:54 Proprioceptive sense and proprioceptive input, body awareness and coordinating movements

1:16 Tactile sense (touch) and tactile processing, tactile discrimination, oral/tactile input

1:40 Auditory sense and auditory processing including sound localization, auditory sensitivity in auditory processing disorder

Be sensory smart! Teach your child sensory smarts so he or she can be empowered in the world!


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