My nine-year-old son has sensory issues, hypotonia, handwriting difficulties and is not as coordinated as other kids so he does not want to try to learn to skate or ride a bike or anything requiring coordination.
He doesn't have the endurance that other kids have. When I put him in a home school PE class, he ends up sitting on the bench. He still can't swim because when he takes lessons, the water is too cold or he can't stand the water being splashed in his face. He seems to be overly sensitive in every way a person can be sensitive. He is also highly gifted so he doesn't fit in with kids mentally either.
What can I do to help him? A friend of mine recommended "listening therapy" and I would like to know how this works. Does it really help with hypotonia and coordination problems?