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Understanding Sensory Processing Disorder

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Understanding Sensory Processing Disorder

by Brittney Weinerth MS, OTR/L

At AVCTC we are passionate about supporting children with Sensory Processing Disorder as well as providing education to support their loved ones in better understanding them. As such we created a free e-book that helps you learn more about SPD.

While this book is helpful for understand SPD better, it is applicable to supporting all children – with and without SPD – as we are all sensory processing beings. In this e-book you will get a thorough explanation all about sensory processing. I hope this is a helpful tool for you in better understanding yourself or your child. First we go over the eight senses – yes, we said 8! – followed by a description of what Sensory Processing is and how it should work. After that we will go into what it might look like for people who have sensory processing challenges including the various subtypes that exist within sensory processing disorder (SPD). At the end we will give your pointers on what to do if you suspect your child has sensory processing difficulties as well as a red flag worksheet that can aid in identifying if your child may be struggling with sensory processing difficulties. 

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