Sensory Processing Disorder

ADHD and SPD Sensory processing disorder (SPD) is a condition that affects how your brain processes sensory information. People can have under-active or over-active sensory processing, and they can be hyposensitive in some senses and hypersensitive in others. Although there is extensive evidence demonstrating the co-occurrence of ADHD and SPD, the actual prevalence is unknown. One study from 2004Continue reading “Sensory Processing Disorder”

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Autism, ADHD, Introversion, and Sensory Sensitivities: Exploring the relationships between Neurodivergence, Social Anxiety, Sensory Processing Sensitivity, & Introversion, and explaining the science behind those connections.