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Sensory Processing Disorder: Sensory Seeking vs. Sensory Sensitive

This is such a fantastic resource explaining (very simply) how sensory processing disorder can look. It’s not exhaustive, and there can be an overlap… but I just love how easy it is to understand.

https://www.facebook.com/484095202119207/posts/861843634344360/

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Sensory Stories

Many people have kids with Sensory Processing Disorder and don’t know there’s a reason for their behaviors (and believe it or not, many adults have it and don’t know… that was me a few years ago! ?)

So… here’s a post explaining it a little bit.

***SPD is complicated and can look different in every person who has it. This is a quick list of possible ways it can manifest… but it’s important to note that the left/right sides are not mutually exclusive. Many people exhibit a mix of behaviors from both sides.***

You can find some more SPD resources at nicolefilipponeauthor.com

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Posted on: September 29, 2020, 6:39 am Category: Uncategorized

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