For children who have sensory processing differences, Passover can be a very challenging holiday. Sensory integration refers to how our our minds and bodies continuously process, filter and respond to information from our surroundings in order to pay attention, behave in a flexible manner and interact with others.
The four questions may look slightly different under the circumstances ….
Why do I have to sit for such a long time? Why is everyone singing way too loud? Why do these foods smell so awful? Why can’t I just eat what I want?