Pamela - posted on 09/19/2010 ( 5 moms have responded )
Hello My 2.5 year old has a severe language and comprehension delay and everyone has also been talking about him being sensory seeking. Im going to book him in to have a full assessment with an OT about this soon. Just wondering is this a form of ADHD Im a bit confused by it all I understand he needs more input of sensations to feel satisfied. what solutions can we use..
a bit about Cameron
He focus on one thing for a long time ( puzzles cars trains), He is not fussed about shoes and clothes he is a good eater and sleeper he is hard to toilet train. He is super active but not to the point of being naughty in fact the more active he is the better behaved he tends to be .. if I could leave him playing in the playground all day he would be a model child heehee. He loves music and sings and does actions to all the songs but when it comes to mat time with others its seems he gets so excited he doesn't want to be there. When he turned two we got him a roary trike he loves it so much he wouldn't go near it, it was like it was way to exciting for him to deal with.
He isn't great socially he tends to play with other kids but in his own way as he doesn't seem to understand them. If friends come over he gets very excited but then will go inside and play on his own.
Thanks is advance