The article discusses the impact of screen time on children's sensory processing and highlights a study by Heffler, David Bennett, and co-authors. The study, involving data from nearly 1,500 families, explores the correlation between screen exposure and atypical sensory processing in children. It identifies various sensory processing issues associated with screen time and emphasizes the importance of early detection during routine well-child checks. The article suggests that while there is a link between screen time and sensory processing concerns, a causal relationship is not proven. The piece also touches on experts' recommendations for parents, encouraging a balanced approach to screen time with an emphasis on high-quality content and diverse activities. It underlines the need for additional research and individualized approaches for families