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We need to organize information
and plan an appropriate response
Sensory Processing is credited to the work of A. Jean Ayres, PhD, OTR
To explore our world, we need to interpret things in our environment:
Children need to explore their world full of sounds and objects that move when touched.
Confidence needs to be established with:
This confidence will allow a child to play on a variety of objects that can be found on the playground and in the classroom.
Examples of environments that a child needs to be able to explore and interact with:
Our reaction to our environment is an end product of all of our senses gathering information about our surroundings. If the information gathered is not balanced, then our reaction to the environment will be off.