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Understanding “Senses” in SPD


Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD), is a neurologic condition that affects the sensory systems of sight, hearing, smell, taste, touch, movement, balance, and “interoception”.  Typically in SPD, there is poor transmission and/or organization of information through body senses that impact function skills and the ability to learn. You might ask, “What is the significance of each senses?” or “How does each body senses correlate / work with others?” To discover the nature of SPD and develop a better understanding about the eight senses, please read the link below…  (Credits to “STAR Institute”)

“Your 8 Senses”

– Kristen


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