Friday, May 6, 2011

Hard to Be Part of the Gang With Sensory Processing Disorder

When it Comes to socializing, what will happen to my growing child wth Sensory Processing Disorder? Blending in with their peers and keeping friends becomes the most important aspect of many school age kids’ lives. For this to happen in the future, early, intensive intervention by health professionals will make the life of your sensitive tween or teen much easier later. Children with Sensory Processing Disorder, who do not receive integration therapy, will problably have more difficulty socializing because they will not be able to tolerate the environment where many of the activities of their friends take place nor the unintentional disturbing actions or habits some might have.

Read more of the article from Kid Companions HERE.
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