Sensory Processing Disorder – How to Detect It and How to Treat It

24th May 2018

Sensory Processing Disorder (a.k.a. SPD), or sometimes known as sensory integration dysfunction, is a disease where the manner in which the nervous system can receive a message from any of the senses is impaired, as is how the nervous system [...]

Is your Child Struggling with a Sensory Processing Disorder?

20th Jul 2017

What is Sensory Processing Disorder?  Sensory Processing Disorder [or Dysfunction] (SPD) is a condition in which the brain is unable to organize sensory input in a way that facilitates appropriate responses. Lucy Jane Miller, OTR defines SPD as “A neurophysiologic [...]

Protecting Our Infants and Children from Environmental Toxins that May be Associated with Developmental Disorders

30th Jan 2012

More and more research is identifying the importance of protecting the unborn infant from environmental toxins.  “Exposure in utero or in children affects their developing nervous, immune, and endocrine systems causing permanent changes (Miller, Palmer, 2011)”. A recent publication from […]

Is your Child Struggling with a Sensory Processing Disorder?

24th Jan 2012

What is SPD?  Sensory Processing Disorder [or Dysfunction] (SPD) is a condition in which the brain is unable to organize sensory input in a way that facilitates appropriate responses. What causes SPD? SPD is a neurological condition that may manifest […]