New sensory processing support resource

Sensory ProcessingWorking with Baby Sensory, we're pleased to announce a new support resource covering Sensory Processing
Babies born prematurely can often have some issues with sensory overload.  What seems normal to us can easily overwhelm any child with sensory issues, and this is especially true for a premature or sick baby whose brain and body are not yet able to handle the barrage of sensory input from the outside world.  Read the resource that covers sound, vision, small and more here.

This resource uses the research based material of Baby Sensory and follows the resource on 'Supporting Development'  

These research based and practical resources join the other examples of support and education material that we've created (with the help of graduate parents of a NICU and/or SCBU). View our support resources here: www.neonataltrust.org.nz/support 

 

To learn more about the relationship between The Neonatal Trust and Baby Sensory, head to:  www.neonataltrust.org.nz/baby-sensory

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Thank you to The Neonatal Trust's Partners