This article is written by Karissa Tunis
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Recently I wrote an article that explores the traits and symptoms of SPD. Click here if you would like to read the full article. But in it I reference what is mentioned below, and here I have turned it into a 3 page printable.
You might want to consider printing this out to keep somewhere in your home. This would be a great resource to look over before going into your child’s school to work with a group of children, or to remember for when you invite other people into your home. Chances are one of your children, nephews or nieces, one of your child’s friends, or someone you work with has a child that is dealing with Sensory Processing Disorder.
Please remember to be patient! These kids are not trying to be difficult, but can be physically harmed by something that stresses their already sensitive senses. By knowing these “triggers” ahead of time, you can help prepare a more comfortable environment for everyone.
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