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The OT on my sons feeding team suggested that we get him evaluated for this but I called the place closest to my house and there is a one year waiting list. Plus my husband thinks he is fine and doesn't have SPD so we will see what they say thursday when we go meet them again. But from what the lady on the phone at Bradley hospital said it is like a month long screening and then based on the results they will recommend a therapy program.
I would go ahead and get on the waiting list for it... It can't hurt to be told again that he doesn't have any issues. It can be a mess if he does though but they can smooth things over a lot. A friend of mine has a niece with multiple sensory issues that are really severe and a friend of mine's son has a visual processing disorder that is really rare. Danny was tested by the feeding therapist/speech therapist but she didn't see anything to hint at one so we don't have to go to testing or therapy.