1 Year Development – ​​Sensory Processing

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1 Year Development – ​​Sensory Processing

Sensory Processing (or also known as Integration) is the effective recording (and proper interpretation) of sensory input from the environment (including the person himself). It is the way the brain receives, organizes, and responds to sensory input in order to behave in a meaningful and consistent way.

Developmental Stage

  • Recognizes the taste of breast milk
  • Hearing develops
  • Follows objects with eyes looks
  • at his own hands
  • Responds to sounds
  • Tries to reach nearby objects
  • Controls the stages of sucking, swallowing, breathing (it sticks out the tongue, rhythmically uses it forward with the jaw, and performs a coordinated upward and downward sucking motion)
  • sleeps at intervals of 4 to 10 hours
  • Crying reflects feelings of hunger, fear, and discomfort.
  • Plays 2-3 minutes with a single toy
  • Imitates hand gestures Uses tongue to move food around in mouth
  • Opens its mouth to feed
  • Sleeps 10-12 hours, waking up only once
  • Consumes foods with different ingredients
  • Drinks liquid from glass

Possible Situations Encountered When It Doesn’t Progress

  • May have difficulty sucking from the breast
  • May cry often

  • May have trouble consuming foods with different ingredients

  • May have difficulty relaxing and wake up frequently at night.
  • May have difficulty socializing and joint attention with parents.
  • Due to lack of understanding and attention, he may try to learn by imitating others.

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