Is Your Tantrum-Prone Child Experiencing Sensory Processing Disorder?

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Psychologist Dr. Judy Ho shares that about 5-16% of kids deal with sensory processing disorder and parents will see signs as early as 2 years old. Kids will respond to stimulation differently; lights and sounds can be very challenging. Diana shares that public restroom hand dryers and the sound of flushing produces anxiety for her son. One with the Water is giving her son up with swimming lessons and Special Spirit Equine Therapy is gifting both her children up with 4 riding lessons. Here are more resources on sensory processing disorder.

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