When someone first finds out about Sensory Processing Disorder, an invisible impairment that has effected them their entire life, there is a massive surge of emotions. This article shares what it is like to be in this position, and the number of things that can be done to help turn suffering into hope. Five basic steps are outlined as advice that anyone in this position may just need to hear.
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There is not a whole lot of information on the web about SPD in adults, but this article, written by Michelle Morris, was one of the first to ever be made available. It's advice is sound, and offers adults with SPD help, hope, and solutions to everyday struggles.
What Adults with SPD Need To Know
There simply aren't as many resources available for adults with Sensory Processing Disorder. Well, the tide is slowly turning. As you are reading, more research is being conducted, and more adults are finding out about this disorder. More adults are looking for help, and more adults are finding it. It is only a matter of time before adult SPD is almost as well covered as SPD in children, similar to how ADHD in adults has become a popular topic.
In fact, adult SPD is such a big topic for us, that SPD International has dedicated an entire website to the topic. So stop by SPD Life today, to find additional support and solice on a site dedicated to adults.