What is it?

Sensory Processing is the complicated work your brain performs to make sense of the gazillion bits of information that come flooding in every second from your environment.

What your eyes see, your ears hear, your nose smells and your skin and muscles feel has to be sorted and interpreted. Only then can it be used to inform the reactions, movements and thoughts that make up your behavior.

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