Parent of three year old SPD child - recently "diagnosed"
by James N.
My story more comes in the form of a question. We knew our child had issues - though not formally diagnosed as SPD, since he was very young, and he has been getting therapy since he was 18 months old.
My question is, I don't see much, or any reference to how kids with SPD do as adults? Do they learn to cope, incorporate their problems into effective skills, and go on to lead productive lives? Do they become doctors, lawyers, scientists? Or does SPD somehow limit their horizons? Or is it too much of an "individual" diagnosis of severity to know? I can't find any site that answers this simple question. Please help.