Reading this leads me to understand why my 3 year old acts the way he does! I just read it a second time and it gives me patience again. Less so with the doctors that don't get it. At least I understand and can help him now.
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Dec 07, 18 07:43 PM
Hello... I was wondering if the following were typical characteristics to the child with SPD (specifically tactile and some Movement/praxis issues, etc.).
Dec 06, 18 12:52 PM
I am an individual with tactile defensiveness who struggles a great deal with SPD and have a huge tendency to withdraw from any light touch. I have this
Dec 06, 18 12:47 PM
I am an individual with both Asperger's Disorder as well as SPD. I am hoping to get some help on how to deal with tactile defensiveness with my touch