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Practical guide for early signs of sensory processing disorder in children. more...

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"When our son started at Hopscotch, aged 3, he was having great difficulty in doing the same things that his peers and it impacted on his enjoyment of all aspects of life. The therapists immediately established a rapport with him and through their playful intervention the visits became one of the highlights of his week.  After almost two years of regular therapy the transformation has been terrific. As his physical ability has shot forward, he has far greater confidence, enjoys sport and a variety of activities, and is now looking forward to his entry into primary school. It has been an invaluable foundation for his childhood; the best thing we could have done."

Sally Redding, London

 

"We turned to Hopscotch in desperation to find answers and help for our son who has autism and sensory processing disorder. We knew that our son still needed help and that he if we didn't get the help while he was young his sensoryprocessing difficulties would have a devastating effect on him for the restof his life.

On assessing our son, Dimitrios Mylonadis was confident that he could help him and told us what we could expect. Just over one year on our son has made improvements far beyond our expectations. He has grown in self confidence, is more connected and socially aware and has made huge improvements in his gross motor skills."

Gillian Loughran, London

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