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30 November 2010

It feels scratchy

When your child complains about itchy clothing labels, gags at lumpy food and certain textures irritate her, it might be SPD.

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When your child complains that labels make her itch, or that textures and lumpy foods are a major irritation, it could be sensory processing disorder.

Sensory processing disorder (SPD) is a term covering a range of disabilities where information received via the senses is not properly processed.  Read more to find out what about the symptoms, and leave your comments and thoughts.

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(Joanne Hart, Health24, November 2010)

 
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