Sensory Processing Disorder

Jacquelyn had a cereal bar! I know that doesn’t seem very exciting, but for Jacquelyn it’s a big deal to try anything new. Cereal bars are just one of those things that she wouldn’t put in her mouth. Her brother picked out a box of “new” cereal bars at the grocery store and it was HER idea to try it out! And she liked it! I like to think all these therapies and exercises we are doing are helping her be less sensory defensive and more open to new experiences. She also tried honey mustard sauce the other day. She immediately gave it a thumbs down, but at least she tried it. Hoping all these changes and new experiences will help her transition to first grade!

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2 Responses to Sensory Processing Disorder

  1. Heather says:

    and what a bizarre compilation of textures cereal bars are! Way to Go Jacquelyn!!!!

  2. Jennifer P. says:

    Oh how I can relate! Yay for trying new things.

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