Sensory integration dysfunction

What is Sensory integration dysfunction?

Sensory integration disorder is a condition where sensory signals do not integrate to provide responses. Different people feel different types of difficulties when processing input coming from a variety of senses. In this condition for example, some people find itching sensation from woolen clothing while others do not.

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My 8 yr old grand daughter has just been diagnosed with Gratification disorder....since she was 12-18mths old she has been doing what we class as...

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Sensory Integration Dysfunction is not a recognized diagnosis in the WHO ICD-10. Most paediatricians are of the view...

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Hello....I have a gorgeous 7 year old son who has a wild, heightened sense of smell It is affecting him at school as he can not eat in the outside...

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Hi.ur son may b suffering from something known as SPD sensory processing disorder in which an absolutely normal child can have increased or...

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My four year old's vien on the left side of his neck is very visable. It pops out and looks very knotty when he crys or yells. He has sensory...

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It may be a normal finding.But it can be checked with an Ultrasond.ECHo of the heart to see if the heart pressures are normal.

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