Many children struggle in processing tactile input. This can be seen in seeking behavior in which they seek out this type of input by constantly trying to gain input to their hands, and mouths (where a higher density of tactile receptors reside). Or by avoiding tactile input, which is seen in children who dislike activities such as hair-cuts, finger nail trimming, finger painting and walking barefoot. Some children with tactile sensitivity may also have aversions to different types/textures of food and be picky about the clothing they can wear.
This kit has a variety of items that provide different types of tactile input to help provide the sensory feedback your child is seeking. Or give you tools to help your child better process tactile input so they can have a more functional response to the sensory input we receive every day!
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