So, I said, "It's because of your Sensory Integration..."
He then said, "why do I have to have Sensory Aggravation
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Jun 15, 19 06:05 PM
Which sense disorder is more prevalent or affects the most out of the seven senses (visual, tactile, sound, smell, proprioceptive, vestibular) in SPD?
Jun 14, 19 03:13 PM
I was always told I had un diagnosed SPD and I know I have gross motor skills. Since I was a child certain textures,lights, noises, and smells have always
Jun 12, 19 08:57 PM
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