Could It Be Sensory Processing Disorder, Not ADHD?
Could your aversion to itchy fabric, scented candles, and crowded clubs be a sign of sensory processing disorder? Take this questionnaire to help you decide whether to see a physician for diagnosis and treatment of sensory processing disorder (SPD).
Question 4 of 15
4 of 15
There’s nothing more thrilling than riding in the first car of a rollercoaster, except maybe racing my road bike at top speed and zip-lining from tree tops.
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