Children (and adults) who have problems processing their sensory information may or may not have a diagnostic label such as Dyspraxia, Autism or ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder). They may come to Sensory People for help because they are finding it difficult to, for example:
• Do reading, writing and maths or just play with their peers,
• Concentrate, listen, look and remember what they have seen or heard,
• Organise themselves for their school day,
• Tell the time or understand the concept of time,
• Play the piano or achieve other ambitions they have for themselves, eg playing a good game of football without falling down,
• Control their emotions and/or stop presenting with challenging behaviour.