Sensory processing disorders (SPD) are as prevalent in children than autism and ADHD, yet SPD has received far less attention because it has not been recognized as a specific disease. Researchers from UC San Francisco have found in a groundbreaking new study, that children affected by SPD have significant differences in the brain. This is the first time that research has been able to show a biological basis for SPD that sets it apart from other neurodevelopmental disorders.
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Many of our clients display learning-related vision problems. We are finding these problems are impeding their educational, emotional, and relational needs.
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This training will highlight critical stages of development and discuss general identity development all the while providing a framework for how adoption is a factor and the unique challenges that might arise.Click for more information
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