Sensory Processing Disorder Bathtime Problems

Diet, Health and Hygiene

Diet, Health and Hygiene are possibly the areas that give me the greatest concern when it comes to Sensory Processing Disorder. Not getting your child to eat, sleep, and keep clean (encompassing brushing their teeth, washing their hair, getting their hair and nails cut) is quite a worry.

I do not have the answers but have started to compiled posts on what helps us help The Sensory Seeker in these areas. Listed below are some of the key topics, plus there’s a link to the posts in this category below the title.

Diet

Encouraging Eating

Encouraging new taste sensations

Health

Identifying Problems and Finding Solutions wit

Sleep Tips – A guest post

Bullying

Unacceptable touching

Hygiene

Bathtime – identifying problems and trying to find solutions to helping those with Sensory Processing Disorder at bathtime.

Dental Hygiene – Identifying problems as to why the individual with Sensory Processing Disorder may not like brushing their teeth, and trying to find solutions to help over come them.

Hair washing (and product review)

Crazy Soap Range (product promo)

3 thoughts on “Diet, Health and Hygiene

  1. Hi
    I have found that my child who used to be a poo smearer, now puts his finger in his bottom then puts it straight in his mouth! His bottom is as clean as can possibly be and he doesn’t need the toilet, but he keeps doing it. as soon as I catch him I explain it is dirty and can give him a bad belly, and I get him to wash his hands, but he still does it. he is a sensory seeker and is 5. Have you come across this?

    1. Hi no sorry it isn’t anything I have come across but I am sure it isn’t anything to do with whether he feels his bottom is dirty or not but some other seeker/exploration behaviour.

      Have you spoke to a health visitor about it?

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