Specific Problems such as auditory hypersensitivity
Inadequate processing of sensory information can result in specific
problems. Some specific problems are a direct result, other specific
problems frequently occur in combination with SPD, but may have other
causes. In both cases we see the influence of the sensory processing on
the specific problems. Therefore, if we improve the sensory processing,
the specific problems will diminish and may even disappear altogether.
Not only do we need a general approach to the SPD, but often a specific
approach is necessary as well. This specific approach has two
components: what to do when the problem arises, and what to do to
prevent the problem.
You can find information on the following specific problems:
• Auditory hypersensitivity
• Other specific problems will be added later
On my Dutch website you can find the next specific problems. You can try to translate it with Google.
• Oral sensitivity
• Needing extreme sensory stimuli
• Primitive reflexes
• Sleeping Problems
• Toilet training
• Putting objects in the mouth
• Inclusive education