Sensory Processing

Advice, activities and games

Choosing the right activities and games

Your child has an allergy

Children who suffer from allergies can also have problems processing sensory stimuli. They are often not only troubled by certain nutritious substances, household dust or the hair of a cat, but also by certain sensory stimuli. Games intended on improving sensory processing will also enhance your child’s self-confidence and his ability to defend himself.

This may enable him to ‘defend’ himself against his allergy. The allergy will not disappear instantly, but it will diminish, so that your child is less troubled by it.

The following activities and games may be suitable:

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