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October 21st, 2011, 07:58 PM
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My daughter has SPD which is mainly auditory and we noticed it right away. From an early age, she screams in fear when she hears one of her triggers. She is very clearly frightened and can not handle the sound. for example, if she hears grease popping from us cooking, she'll stand up screaming and throw things until it stops. This kind of behavior was evident from a very early age. She has delays and spd, but nothing that affects her behavior in any way that could possibly account for these raging tantrums, it's just her reaction to the sounds. From what we've been told, it's not a hereditary thing (and neither me or my husband have spd). she really has no textile problems, so I have no idea what to look for there.

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