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Tactile Defensiveness

"WHAT IS TACTILE DEFENSIVENESS?" Tactile Defensiveness (TD) was first identified by Dr A.J. Ayres, an American Occupational Therapist during the 1960s. It refers to a pattern of observable...

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5 Ways to Help Children who Have Tactile Defensiveness

This is a guest post by Kimberly Z Syers OTR/L- BabyOT.com As a Pediatric Occupational Therapist, I work with children with tactile defensiveness on a daily basis. These children are hypersensitive to tactile (touch) stimulation and frequently find ordinary textures/touch sensations (like clothing tags, hugs or grass) to be overwhelming or even painful. These children[Read More]

Growing up with tactile defensiveness - Learn about Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) even as an adult, how to recognize tactile sensory issues in children, and how I have managed over the years including how my parenting is different. Sensory Disorder, Sensory Processing Disorder, Autism Sensory, Sensory Activities, Sensory Play, Sensory Issues In Children, Behavioral Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Sensory Diet

How to Recognize Tactile Defensiveness in Childre

Kids with tactile defensiveness have both behavioral and emotional responses that tend to be way out of proportion to the issue at hand.

12 Ways to Help your Child who is Sensitive to Textures (tags, socks, sand) - North Shore Pediatric Therapy Sensory Diet, Sensory Issues, Sensory Activities, Activities For Kids, Mommy Loves You, Pediatric Ot, Love Your Family, Sensory Processing Disorder, Adhd Kids

12 Ways to Help your Child who is Sensitive to Textures (tags, socks, sand) - North Shore Pediatric Therapy

Children with tactile defensiveness or hypersensitivity will avoid, become fearful of, or bothered by various, every-day touch experiences that typically would not cause alarm or issues for others. Their avoidance of tactile experiences and lack of engagement in tactile play ultimately limits their learning experiences and development of gross and fine motor skills. Tactile defensiveness […]

Signs of tactile sensitivity parents can see in their child may be different and the severity of the reactions will vary for each child so will treatment. Sensitivity, Parents, Child, Signs, Fathers, Children, Kid, Novelty Signs, Raising Kids

Tactile Sensitivity – What It Is and TEN Common Signs

Signs of tactile sensitivity parents can see in their child may be different and the severity of the reactions will vary for each child so will treatment.

If a child is overly sensitive to TOUCH – Tactile defensiveness. Therapy, Child, Touch, Health, Life, Organizations, Children, Kid, Health Care

Overly sensitive to TOUCH – Tactile defensiveness. - Therapy

If a child is overly sensitive to TOUCH – Tactile defensiveness.

A comprehensive Sensory Processing Disorder Checklist; signs and symptoms of tactile, auditory, olfactory and oral defensiveness, as well as proprioceptive and vestibular dysfunction. Oral Motor Activities, Sensory Activities, Toddler Activities, Work Activities, Sensory Toys, Sensory Processing Disorder Checklist, Pediatric Occupational Therapy, Sensory Issues, Montessori Sensorial

Tactile Overresponsivity (Tactile Defensiveness)

A description of signs and symptoms of Tactile Overresponsivity (Tactile Defensiveness), effects of, and ways to provide tactile stimulation that will help your child tolerate this type of input.

Does your child hate to have his feet touched? Does your child refuse to touch anything sticky, slimy, or dirty with his hands? Your Child, Children, Health, Organizations, Kids, Health Care, Child, Babys, Babies

Does Your Child Have Tactile Defensiveness

Does your child hate to have his feet touched? Do certain fabrics bother him because they are scratchy? Does your child refuse to touch anything sticky, slimy, or dirty with his hands? Does your daughter cringe when you stroke her face?It c ..