Sensory inconsistencies

by Macy
(CA)

I really appreciated reading that sensory processing deficits can be inconsistent; meaning, present one day and not the next. That is absolutely my experience with my 6 year old child with SPD. One day, he's really struggling with issues related to sensory processing deficits, and the next, he seems like a typical kid. Things can also change moment-to-moment, and according to the situation. It can be a little crazy-making for me, since I often find myself feeling caught off-guard by a behavioral manifestation of my son's sensory processing problems.


I am grateful to have been reminded that things can and will fluctuate from day to day and even more frequently than that. I can keep that in mind to help me be more prepared to address issues when they arise. Thank you!

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