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My son always seems to be in trouble at school. His teacher told me she thinks he has sensory processing disorder. What is that?
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Many professionals don’t think sensory processing disorder is a valid diagnosis. A. Jean Ayres was an occupational therapist and developmental psychologist. She first wrote about the concept in the early 1970s.

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