Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) Infographic

Navigating through the complex world of Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) can be challenging, but our informative infographic provides clarity and direction. SPD occurs when sensory signals are either not detected or organized into appropriate responses, affecting a child's ability to perform everyday tasks. Our visual guide breaks down the intricate process of how sensory information from the environment is processed by the nervous system, highlighting the differences between hypo-reactive and hyper-reactive responses, and offering an illustrative understanding of the neurological pathways involved.

Spotting the signs of SPD early can make a significant difference in a child's development. Our chart outlines common indicators to look out for, including difficulties with textures, sounds, and spatial awareness. It also offers practical solutions tailored for various settings—home, school, and therapeutic environments. At home, establishing routines and using visual aids can help children with SPD feel more secure. In schools, simple adjustments like fidget bins and visual schedules can be implemented to support a child's learning experience. And with professional pediatric therapy, children can engage in sensory strategies and social groups that are designed to improve body awareness and sensory integration. Our aim is to empower parents and educators with the tools they need to create a supportive framework for children with SPD.

Download our Guide for Families

We know that choosing a local ABA facility can be a hard decision. We’ve created an informational guide to help you understand more about the questions you should be asking while meeting with different providers.

Although we talk about our services here, our highest goal is for you to feel comfortable and knowledgeable about picking a provider that is the best fit for your needs. You are making a decision that will impact the entire trajectory of your child’s life!
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The cover of the NSPT Guide for Families, which helps families to figure out the questions to ask when picking an ABA provider.


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