About Us

Who Are We?

SPD Support, formerly known as SPD Parent S.H.A.R.E., is an International network of volunteer Support Hosts formed in order to share information, resources, awareness and support to families that are affected by Sensory Processing Disorder.

Our Hosts are dedicated, experienced parents, adults, and professionals who are committed to helping those who wish to understand SPD. They have "traveled this SPD road", and have seen progress in their lives and in the lives of those around them. We know how therapy works, and learned how to help our children at home and in school.

No matter where we live, or who we are, we all have something in common: our SPD kids and adults have shown improvement! And we all want to share the gift of information, resources and support with others. We want to share our time, our stories, our pitfalls, and wonderful successes to give hope to other families that are struggling to deal with lives affected by SPD.

How Can I Get Involved?

The best way to get involved is to join our support forum and get to know us. If you are wanting to help us spread the word about SPD and support others, please consider becoming a Host for your community! Don't worry, it's not as demanding as you might think. It requires love, patience, knowledge, and a desire to reach out and assist others who have children with SPD, or who may suffer from it themselves. That's about it.

So, if you are interested in learning more about how you can become an official SPD Support Host for your community, start by visiting our Hosting page. If you have already made up your mind and are sure you would like to become a Host with us, feel free to fill out the host application now.

The About Us Sections

What is an SPD Support Host? How can you become one? Find the answers you need for those questions and more, as well as an application, right here.

SPD Support is a part of the SPD International organization, find our parent site and and organization here.

Interested in ways in which you can help us keep running? Find out how here.

If you have a story to share with us or are just seeking to contact us for any reason, you can reach us on the forum, or through here.

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