Harry explains what happens when the sensory information that we all process throughout the day does not transmit smoothly and leads to challenges in learning, movement or behaviour. He talks about how he can be helped at home and at school and the different types of sensory processing challenges that other children can face.
Sue Allen qualified as an Occupational Therapist from the Welsh School of Occupational Therapy in 1987 and completed her MSc in 2014 with University of Ulster. She is an experienced clinician, clinical researcher and postgraduate lecturer with a focus on families and children dealing with sensory and motor challenges. Sue was Chairman of the Sensory Integration Network from 2007 to 2013 - a not-for-profit organisation that promotes education and research in sensory integration. She now lives and works in Singapore.