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Annette Jett   Categories:   Kids   Health

Sensory Processing Disorder In Children

Sensory disorders in children are more common than you may think. As a special-needs child with a brain disorder, my daughter is very sensitive to the environment around her. She can be triggered by noises or bio-feedback not visible to others, This can lead to tantrums or melt-downs that are difficult to control and leave her - and us - feeling exhausted. Understanding the symptoms of sensory disorders can help to treat it. Once identified, you can remove or lessen the causes of discomfort or brain overload, thus creating a more peaceful environment, a happier child and relief for parents.

Posted 2/19/2012 4:14:52 PM


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