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Information On Sensory Integration Disorder

Sensory integration disorder or sensory processing issues seem somewhat common in kids with severe GERD. It's been said by some that the constant pain their bodies are subjected to can sometimes mess up their sensory processing abilities.  Others have sensory issues that are secondary to neurological problems that may be present, which are also more common in kids with severe GERD.

WHAT IS SENSORY INTEGRATION DISORDER

 

Parenting A Child With Sensory Integration Disorder Educating Teachers About Your Child's Sensory Processing Disorder Zachary's Tale: A Journey Into Sensory Integration Disorder

After suffering another incredibly stressful morning trying to get my 5 year old son dressed, Ive come to the conclusion that there must be other families who go through the same frustration every morning. Most just wouldnt believe that we have it different than anyone else who has young (...)

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My 5 year old child Jeremy was diagnosed with Sensory Integration Disorder this year. Learning to deal with a child with SID has been a challenge. Even more challenging has been teaching his teachers how to work with Jeremy and getting us both to the point where we were bound and determined  (...)

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The time on the clock says 9:30; I look down at my sleeping little boy, whom I have just quietly rocked to sleep. He is still latched on somewhat, comfort nursing. As we rock I stare down at him and wonder what his future might hold.

Zachary is my 27- month old son, (...)

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