Sensory Processing Disorder?
Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) is a complex
disorder of the brain that affects developing
Children with sensory processing
difficulties often suffer from impaired self-esteem, anxiety,
depression or aggression, that affect social participation.
Sensory Processing Disorder misinterpret everyday sensory information, such as
movement. They may feel bombarded by information, they may seek out
intense sensory experiences, or they may have other symptoms.
Why The Name
"Sensory Processing Disorder"?
Why Do So Many
Children Have A
Like with autism, there is an epidemic rise in
number of children with Sensory Processing Disorder now being diagnosed. Many children diagnosed with SPD developed
SPD symptoms from heavy metals
delivered through vaccinations
and environmental toxins that result in serious brain, gut and immune system disorders.
There is Hope
and Recovery For SPD!
Many parent worldwide
have recovered their children with SPD! Recovery children from
SPD is achievable using variety of
occupational therapy, medical
other alternative therapies that
learn more of the
that challenge children with SPD below: