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How to Recognize a Sensory Processing Disorder in Your Child

Important signs and symptoms can help parents recognize a Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) in their child. It’s important to know the differences of SPD.

Is your child a sensory seeker? Learn more about it and get tips on great sensory processing disorder toys for sensory seeking kids.

Is your child a sensory seeker? Learn more about it and get tips on great sensory processing disorder toys for sensory seeking kids. This list sounds like Lina!

I thought this would be a good resource to for teachers I would be learning alongside or even a resource for parents as well.

Individuals with Sensory Processing Disorder will consistently display at least five of the symptoms mentioned above.

Sensory Processing Disorder

Sensory Processing Disorder - this is what we live with every day. Each sensory kid usually does not have all the symptoms.' statement as some issues counter others, and most are seen in groups.

APD Infographic illustrating some common symptoms and treatment options for Central Auditory Processing Disorder (CAPD).

Auditory processing disorder is somewhat common. It has a strong effect on learning but there is much that can be done. Learn about it in this infographic.

Children who are easily distracted, sensitive to light, and oversensitive to normal touching could be hypersensitive. This infographic from a child behavioral issues center in Cincinnati has more information on sensory disorders and their symptoms.

About 1 out of 6 children have sensory issues that impact their everyday life. Even children without Autism Spectrum Disorders can have sensory issues

How Dyspraxia Can Affect Your Child’s Skills | Dyspraxia Symptoms - Understood

Skills That Can Be Affected by Dyspraxia

Learning Disability: This chart is great for helping understand and grasp what Dyspraxia is. It is a great aide for classroom activities as well as finding accommodations that best for the specific problems of the student.

Anxiety Disorders: Types, Symptoms and Treatment of Anxiety Disorders

Anxiety Disorders: Types, Symptoms and Treatment of Anxiety Disorders

Autism is categorised (DSM IV & V) as a Mental Health disorder. Autism rarely comes alone & is often associated with the comorbidity diagnoses of Anxiety, Dyslexia, Depression & Sensory Processing Disorder to name a few.

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