Sensory development refers to the maturing of the five familiar senses: hearing, smell, taste, touch, and vision. There are two more senses most are not as familiar with: vestibular and proprioception. Sensory development or integration also involves the way your baby or child’s nervous system receives input from these senses and then forms an appropriate motor or behavioral response.

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