My son makes loud sound outloud for no reason

by lisa
(florida)

I am try to understand is my husband dislike it and he does not ever try to understand our son I am more understanding about his SPD but sometimes I dont so it hard is it normal for him to do this he this very loud. We talk to him but he still does it


Lisa
any input please













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Feb 21, 2011
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Possible Motor tic?
by: Lauren

If your son is making loud sounds consistently I would just talk to your pediatrician to rule out motor/vocal tics. I have children in my own family who had subtle sounds and then loud snorting sounds that people thought the child was doing for attention. It turned out they were motor tics. That is a whole other ball field but worth it to find out if it is something your child can or can not control. Something you can treat through a sensory approach or maybe you need a more medical approach.

Jan 23, 2011
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loud noises
by: Anonymous

My son hisses when he is upset. Somtimes when he does not want other children around him he hisses at them.

Dec 19, 2010
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what I've been told
by: Anonymous

Our therapist explained that our son makes loud noises to drown out all the other sounds that are overwhelming to him. For example while Christmas shopping he is constantly being loud in the crowds & chaos(w/music playing, people talking, cash resister noises, etc). Large noisy places are where he usually is out of control in his loud, inappropriate behaviors. BUT, he does it at home too when tv is on & people are talking or other such busy (noisy) scenarios.

Dec 19, 2010
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SPD
by: Anonymous

Hello Lisa his is the same as you describe my situation. I am fighting alone and is very tiring, and it is also difficult marriage. that tell you? "God help us to help our children with SPD.

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