Sensory Processing

Advice, activities and games

Choosing the right activities and games

Your child has a motor handicap

Children with motor handicap or delay can have sensory processing disorder as well. They are less able to move correctly and therefore they are less able to react to different sensory stimuli.

They often have difficulty ‘feeling’ their body and their movements. As a result they gain less experience with feeling and moving as compared to other children. Although not all games described below are suitable for them, it is important to try out in which way it is pleasant for your child to be touched or moved.

The following activities and games may be suitable:

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