Do you have a child with Sensory Needs or Sensory Processing Disorder? I want to tell their story! I want to show the world who they are, what they love, what they struggle with and how we KNOW that SENSORY PROCESSING is a REAL thing!
Let’s Show the World What Sensory Processing Looks Like!
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