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    Default Suspected sensory processing issues - what now?

    Hi, can anyone help me with where to go or who to see if I suspect sensory processing issues in my three year old? OT? Physio? GP first? Do I need referrals to see someone?

    He's always been "funny" with different textures, loud noises, bright lights, anything touching his skin, but the older he gets, he gets worse. I just need to work out whether he's still in the realm for "normal" behavior, or if, as I suspect, there's actually something sensory going on.

    But I don't really know where to start...

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    I would start with your gp. Unless you are already seeing a pead. It is a long road but it will help answer all the questions. We are in the process to. But it is different in NZ than auzzy.

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    An OT will be able to help with SPD - and tell you a load about it - its a good starting point. But you might need to see your GP for a referral to a paed - better to get that rolling now as it can take months to get in to see anyone.

    My kids are on the spectrum and have SPD too - ones is a seeker and one is an avoider.

    Our OT was a great help in reducing a lot of the sensitives with some alternative therapies.


 

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