My eight yr old child exhibits a lot of sensory integration behaviors, but does not exhibit the behaviors in school.
I recently videotaped my son having a tantrum over how his pants were uncomfortable. My therapist was able to finally see what i have been trying to explain. He is eight years old and has had various behaviors over the years.
Is it possible to just have sensory integration disorder without any other diagnoses?
An exercise that a lot of children find very stimulating is jumping on the trampoline. This kind of exercise not only benefits those with SPD physically by strengthening muscles and joints, but it has…