By The Understood Team
Want to know what sensory processing issues are like for kids, and what can help? Neil Cannon, a child with sensory processing issues, can explain it firsthand. He shares his story in this video.
Analisa L. Smith, Ed.D.
Dec 29, 2014
Dec 29, 2014
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This is great! I'm sharing with everyone I know so they can hopefully gain understanding and compassion. :)
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@Tashaturtle, we're so glad you enjoyed this video. You might also like our Through Your Child's Eyes simulation tool. Check it out, and please let us know what you think!
Absolutely brilliant, very helpful! Thank you Neil for sharing your story!
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