So, what happens due to Sensory Modulation disorder?
Tactile Defensiveness/Hypersensitivity (Over-responsiveness):
other children find non-threating and non-aversive (usual or normal). Their brain may not gait touch sensations, so they may be sent into fight or flight over very small, everyday touch sensations. A child will not like being hugged or touched by anyone unexpectedly. These children are often distracted and hyperactive or overly active since they respond to incoming irrelevant sensory input. They might be indifferent towards self-care tasks such as using shower gel or soap for bathing, hair cutting or nail cutting. Moreover, would not prefer to get involved in messy activities or art work.