Sensory Issues: child closes ears for sounds
If your child is closing their ears for certain sounds, it could be because they're having difficulty processing and integrating sensory information, including auditory inputs
Child likes only few textures/feeling of touches
Some children may have difficulty processing and responding to sensory information, including tactile (touch) information.
Child Staring at Objects for Long Periods
Children staring at objects for long periods of time indicates sensory difficulties, which may require a sensory-friendly environment, and use of visual schedules for support
Child always sing specific rhymes/music or does irrelevant talk
Sensory processing difficulties in children can result in behaviors like repetitive singing or talking that may seem unusual or irrelevant to others
Hyperactivity or anxiety upon going to new places or facing new situations
Anxiety and hyperactivity in children can be a cause of concern for parents, but with the right treatment and support, most children can learn to manage their anxiety and behavior.