Communication and Speech
As any parent knows, communication is essential for kids.
Not only does it help them to express their needs and wants, but it also helps them to connect with the world around them. However, for many kids, communication can be a struggle.
According to a recent study, nearly one in four kids have difficulty communicating. The study found that communication problems can lead to a number of issues, including social isolation, behavioral problems, and academic difficulties, which can lead to frustration and anxiety.
While each child is unique, there are some common signs that can indicate a communication problem, such as avoiding eye contact, difficulty following directions, or trouble understanding emotions.
With the right sensory solutions, children can learn to organize input, communicate more effectively and enjoy all the benefits that come with it.