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Collection: Sensory Processing Disorder

Sensory Processing Disorder is a term that covers the eight sensory systems that our body has that give us information about ourselves and the world around us. It is through these eight senses that we can go about our daily lives.

For some people, one or more of these senses do not work quite as everyone else would expect and can cause issues with day to day tasks. This collection of items aims to help with some of these and you can read more about the eight senses at the bottom.

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The Eight Sensory Systems

Most people are aware of five senses, but there are eight and for some an issue with any one or more of these can cause real problems in daily lives.

The Auditory system – the sense of hearing.
The Olfactory system – the sense of smell.
The Oral sensory system – the sense of taste.
The Tactile system – the sense of touch.
The Visual system – the sense of sight.
The Vestibular system – how we sense where our bodies are in space. It is what keeps us balanced and coordinated.
The Proprioceptive system – our “internal” sense of awareness we have for our bodies. It tells us about how we are moving and occupying space.
The Interoceptive system – this is the sense of feeling. This system is responsible for the general sense of our body’s physical condition; hunger, thirst, hot, cold, and whether you feel your emotions.

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