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Great article on new research on SPD.

Study Unearths Brain Structure Differences for Children with Sensory Processing Disorders

Researchers from the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF), have found that children who have sensory processing disorders (conditions that cause its sufferers to be hypersensitive to sound, sight and touch or to struggle with interacting socially) exhibit quantifiable differences in brain structure.

“This is absolutely the first structural imaging comparison of kids with research diagnosed sensory processing disorder and typically developing kids. It shows it is a brain-based disorder and gives us a way to evaluate them in clinic,” one researcher said. Click here to read the full article.

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