2 Years Development – ​​Sensory Processing

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2 Years 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

  • He is disturbed by the dirty cloth.
  • Can distinguish between edible and inedible objects (at 18 months).
  • Recognizes the dangers of materials such as hot objects, steps and glass.
  • He enjoys playing dirty games. It reacts to sudden temperature changes.
  • It imitates the sounds you make.
  • Searches for objects that disappear from view (like a spoon falling under a table).
  • It follows one-step directions.
  • Solves problems by trial and error

Possible Situations Encountered When It Doesn’t Progress

  • May have difficulty socializing and joint attention with parents.
  • Due to lack of understanding and attention, he may try to learn by imitating others.
  • There may be a delay in play skills (e.g. showing little interest in toys).
  • He may have trouble consuming foods with different ingredients.
  • May have difficulty relaxing and wake up frequently at night

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