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The New Republic
The concept of sensory processing disorder—or sensory integration dysfunction, as it is also known—was pioneered by a California occupational therapist and psychologist, A.
Invisible to most, overwhelming to some. When ones senses open the doors too wide, they are met by a flood of stimulation. It’s hard for those of us with effective filters to understand. Listen and watch those who experience it and you will see the pain.