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SPD Is Not a Behavior Problem!

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Q: “How do I bring awareness of sensory processing disorder (SPD) to friends and relatives who think my child has a behavior problem?”A child with significant sensory needs may need opportunities for movement.

They might spin, jump, run, flip upside down, or crash into you. They may seem clumsy or unaware and miss what is happening around them.

These behaviors are all about the body attempting to process sensory input.It can be incredibly overwhelming to children with SPD to be in unfamiliar environments, with new and different smells, sounds, sights, and people.

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