I was asked to write a guest post for Wriggly Rascals to share my experience of Sensory Processing Disorder.
The original question asked by one member concerning Sensory Processing Disorder can be found HERE.
Dealing with autism also means we have to deal with sensory issues and although Sensory Processing Disorder is a condition in it’s own right, I’m hoping my reply, which you can find HERE, is of some help.
If you have any experience with Sensory Processing Disorder please feel free to fill in the survey, as our experiences could help someone else in the future.
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Wriggly Rascals was set up by Shona Motherwell, a frustrated mum of twins Mhairi and Archie to get mums together to share pregnancy, baby and toddler advice via quick surveys to get the facts about what other mums do. Our mums pass on loads of great tips to mums who have asked for help. If you would like some advice, get in touch at www.wrigglyrascals.com
1 thought on “Sensory Processing Disorder – Wriggly Rascals Guest Post”
HI Jane, Loved your post – it’s so true, we believe our son to have SPD and is a sensory seeker and the amount of looks I get because people think he is acting up is unreal. I have changed my perception & reaction to his behaviour since researching SPD and it has made a massive difference.