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  1. Mar 2019
    1. ’m sound sensitive, touch, smell and visually sensitive also.  I’m easily distracted by peripheral noise.  At university I couldn’t attend lectures because the sound of people tapping on keyboards, taking their pens out of their pencil case, whispering, any peripheral noise would distract me so completely there was no point in going.  Recorded lectures were the only way I could absorb the information.

      Interesting insight to what its like to live SPD, thanks Vicki!

    2. Sensory processing disorder is recognised in Australia as sitting within the Autism spectrum.  Many people with Autism,  experience sensory issues, however sensory processin

      Very insightful, research into the topic provides an innate understanding and analysis on related theory.