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Sensory Processing Disorder: It's More Common than You Think

  • Broadcast in Psychology
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SPD (Sensory Processing Disorder) impacts approximately 1 in 6 children, which results in difficulty with self-regulation, academics, and social relationships. SPD is often misdiagnosed or overlooked as a valid concern impacting the functioning of young children. A neurobiological condition, SPD is not bad parenting. Parents of children with SPD need and deserve support and resources.