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This massive sensory processing disorder checklist breaks down sensory behaviors as over-reactions or under-reactions to sensory input.
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Commonly overlooked sensory symptoms and signs of sensory issues that could be a clue to your child's needs, which will decrease confusion and frustration.
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Formally known as sensory integration dysfunction, sensory processing disorder (SPD) is a neurological condition in which the brain has difficulty receiving and responding to sensory information (e.g., smell, touch, taste, etc.) that an individual perceives, thus, resulting in atypical responses. Individuals with SPD can be hypersensitive (over responsive) and or hyposensitive (under responsive) to things in their environment. For example, some sounds may be painful or overwhelming to a…
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Is your child's behavior a true behavior or sensory processing problems? Come read this post to find out.
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Does your child struggle with sensory processing input? Here are 10 ways to help your sensory sensitive child.
55 fun sensory room equipment tips and ideas to help you create an effective therapy gym for your child with sensory processing disoder and/or autism.
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Learn what a sensory diet is, how it can benefit your child's learning, focus, behavior, and emotional regulation, and discover which activities should be part of your child’s individual sensory diet.
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