Sensory Processing Disorder: Now and Then

When my daughter first began therapy and treatment for sensory processing disorder, or SPD, she was young. At only 2 years old, the early intervention was one of the best things we could do for her. It gave her a chance to learn and modify behaviors and inputs before these were more permanent. Addison worked very hard, and the support and interventions were amazing tools in her success. But what does Addison’s SPD look like now? She began school early in an integrated preschool classroom. This was a small, inclusive classroom with kids of different abilities and with every tool at their disposal. From the toys to the adapted playground to the multiple therapists working in the room, Addison

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