- SPD FAQ
- SPD Signs
- SPD Types
- Impact of SPD on Children's Behavior
- Impact of SPD on Adult Behavior
- SPD & Psychopathology in Adults
- Sensory Defensiveness Symptoms
- SD Self Test
- SD & Psychological Repercussions in Adults
- Alerting / Calming Sensation
- Sensory Diet Preferences
- Organizing & Disorganizing Sensation
- Daily Sensory Diet Schedule
- SPD Self Test
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Impact of SPD on Children's Behavior
“Behavior is a reflection of the organization of your nervous system at that moment and under those conditions.”
Patti Oetter, Occupational Therapist
Impact of SPD on Children’s Behavior
Here are some typical misdiagnoses in children:
Common Behavioral Misinterpretations in Children
Stubborn: Suki refuses to put socks on.
Manipulative: Latisha refuses to take a box up to the attic, saying that she has to do her homework.
Aggressive: Tommy pushes away another child who gets too close or brushes against him.
Shy: Justin looks away when spoken to.
Picky: Denzel insists that all the bumps are taken out of the mashed potatoes.
Attention getting: Latima flies under the dinner table.