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The Debate Over Sensory Processing Disorder
May 13, 2014

Playing with bubble wrap is a silly activity that delights most preschoolers. But for one 21 / 2-year-old from Silver Spring, loud noises such as the pop of plastic bubbles were so upsetting that he would cover his ears and run away. Some days the sound of a vacuum cleaner would make him scream. The child so persistently avoided activities with too much noise and motion that his preschool’s administrators asked to meet with his family — and soon an assessment led to a diagnosis of sensory processing disorder, or SPD.

Read more:  http://www.washingtonpost.com/national/health-science/the-debate-over-sensory-processing-disorder-are-some-kids-really-out-of-sync/2014/05/12/fca2d338-d521-11e3-8a78-8fe50322a72c_story.html

 

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