Category Archives: sensory processing disorder

A Step Forward

DD2 has decided to give college a try!!!!  We’ll need to schedule visits to two local schools and find some things out first, but this is huge for her.  She and I are hoping that she can start slowly – … Continue reading

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Writing Class

My middle child, DD2, is taking an informal creative writing class.  Tonight is the third of four classes.  She’s been doing pretty well, wearing her worry stone to a nib and bouncing her knee a good share of the two … Continue reading

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Looking for Closure

I wrote a letter to send to my daughter’s former teacher, wanting to have her hear our side of everything that happened as a result of her actions with my daughter.  DH pointed out that sending this letter would lead … Continue reading

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Special Needs

I’ve written before that it is difficult to have a child with special needs that don’t show.  Down’s Syndrome is fairly easy to spot visually.  A wheelchair announces physical challenges.  Sensory Processing Disorder looks like anyone else on the street … Continue reading

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Continuing

My middle child has Sensory Processing Disorder, and it brought anxiety along for the ride.  She just turned 18, and I mentioned that she could register to vote.  Fear swept over her eyes.  She has a partially finished job application … Continue reading

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Navigating the Waters

The waters of anxiety which springs from Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD).  My middle is a high school senior and carries a lot of worry and fear on her shoulders.  I’m doing my best to be a supportive parent, yet don’t … Continue reading

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Various Updates

DD1 got her IB and AP test results.  She got her IB degree and is ecstatic about it.  Her scores on everything were high enough to gain college credits, but it only gets her out of two classes.  The English … Continue reading

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