Ryder’s journey begins with his parents noticing his struggles during Tummy Time, his difficulty playing in a group, and how easily he would become tired when attempting tasks his peers had mastered. Through sensory integration therapy, his social participation has increased. Because of early detection and early intervention, therapy has been able to help Ryder make strides in his sensory development and made fast gains in speed, balance, endurance, coordination, and motor planning.
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