Wednesday, May 27, 2009

SPD in the DSM-V

The Sensory Processing Disorder Foundation needs to get 20,000 signatures in support of continued research to get diagnostic recognition of sensory processing disorder (SPD) in the DSM-V (Diagnosis and Statistical Manual). Most therapists are aware that SPD is not a recognized diagnosis. Others may not be aware which causes confusion among health care providers, parents, teachers and insurance companies. It makes it very difficult to get reimbursement for therapy sessions for people with sensory processing disorder. If you support Sensory Processing Disorder in the DSM-V, please take the time to sign their petition at

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