over stuffing face

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Re : over stuffing face

Postby kara » Fri Oct 16, 2009 01:16 pm

Hallie, are there other reasons to think she might have sensory issues? Do other textured foods bother her? Does she steer clear of smooshy things, or crunchy things? Clothing textures bother her, or does she have any strange habits, like wanting to sleep with her shoes on, or not wanting to wear shoes or mittens? Rocking or rubbing habits?

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Re : over stuffing face

Postby mommiesangel » Fri Oct 16, 2009 10:30 pm

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Originally posted by Kara

Hallie, are there other reasons to think she might have sensory issues? Do other textured foods bother her? Does she steer clear of smooshy things, or crunchy things? Clothing textures bother her, or does she have any strange habits, like wanting to sleep with her shoes on, or not wanting to wear shoes or mittens? Rocking or rubbing habits?





Kara:
No certin foods other than cereal with the milk is the only things that she gets picky about. If she is exausted she will fall asleep with her shoes on other wise the have to be off. The same things with her mittens...she gets really fustrated because she can't feel or move her hands when playing.

Does this mean she has sensory issues??
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Re : over stuffing face

Postby mnmom » Sun Oct 18, 2009 09:25 am

She may or may not have sensory issues, but I don't think it would hurt to have her evaluated. We had an overall assessment done when Jaden wasn't speaking at two. I believe that when the child is under three, they do an assessment of everything, at least here in MN.
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