Hey everyone, I am having some problems with my daughter Kristen and I really could use some advice. As I have posted before we are very new to the Sensory Processing Disorder diagnosis. Kristen is now in her 3rd week of therapy 2 days per week. Today she had therapy and her therapist told me she did well, there were other kids there making noise with whistles and Kristen was able to tell her that it was bothering her. She also said that she had Kristen look for bugs in gooey stuff which Kristen didn't really care for. Anyhow, after therapy she seemed fine today, but like two hours later she got really sad all of a sudden and said she really didn't know why. Her dad and her big sister called to ask her if she wanted them to pick her up so they could go play, and she didn't want to go which was odd. Also, she was playing with clay and she freaked out just because there was a hair on the clay. I brought her outside and we played with a ball and dug in the dirt and after that she seemed fine. Could her moodiness today and inability to know why she felt sad today be related to the sensory disorder? Have any of you experienced this? what has helped? Sorry so many questions, I am still learning.
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