Sensory integration and sensory integration dysfunction
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SENSORY INTEGRATION AND SENSORY INTEGRATION DYSFUNCTION Created by: Veronica Nieves, Renee Bryan, Vincent Casey, Carly Bessou, Karina Lerma, Samantha McClain
Hi, my name is Nick. I am 10 years old and I have a Sensory Integration Dysfunction.
I am very sensitive to things that have to do with my 5 senses (see, touch, smell, taste, hear). That's why I don't like bus rides.
At recess I'm scared to play on the play ground because I don't want to fall and I don't like it when my classmates touch me. I don't like playing in the sand box because it hurts my hands, and hearing my class mates screaming and laughing while they play makes my ears hurt.
I don't like to eat a lot of things so my mom cooks me a special dinner every night.
On the weekends my mom takes me to a therapist and we play with toys and games that she says will help me get better. Then my mom takes us home and cooks me a special dinner.
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