Are you wondering how to deal with sensory integration problems? Well, this is the place to find some answers!
Sensory Integration Disorder (now called Sensory Processing Disorder), is a neurological disorder that affects as many as 1 out of every 20 children, according to Dr. Lucy Jane Miller in her most recent book, Sensational Kids: Hope and Help for Children with Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD). Additionally, there are a significant number of adults (perhaps as many as 5%) who have SID/SPD that may never have been diagnosed. These are significant numbers; some feel the numbers could be even higher.
If you truly understand the amazing complexity of the central nervous system, including the brain, in an individual with SID/SPD, you can therefore understand the potential effects, the sensory integration problems and issues that may result. Below you will find a constantly growing list of issues that have been "inspired" by the hundreds of emails I have received, and continue to receive.
I know for a fact, after having seen, treated, lived with, researched, and spoken to thousands of children and adults with sensory integration disorder (sensory processing disorder), that if one person has a specific issue or problem, there will be a significant number of individuals that share in this experience. By addressing one problem one person has, hundreds more can benefit! Also, know that you can find even more at The SPD Q & A as well. Sign up for the RSS feed by clicking on the appropriate buttons below the navigation bar, to keep up with the newest additions.
The specific issues: These are the real
problems experienced by real people. I hope this brings validation,
understanding, support, and answers.
Click on any of the sensory integration problems below to find the solutions.
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