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Tip toe walking

These children often have difficulties with sensory processing, specifically with their PROPRIOCEPTION sense. This is the senses that helps us know where our body parts are without looking at them. It helps us coordinate our bodies for all tasks day to day. When a child walks on their tip toes the calf and instep muscles tighten, supporting the child’s awareness of their legs and feet in order to control and coordinate movement to walk.

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