A mom of a young teen wrote to ask what kind of help might be available for her son. She explained that he had been diagnosed as a toddler with Sensory Processing Disorder, and that therapy and home activities seemed to help so much that he was discharged from therapy. The problem is that he continues to struggle with SPD, as it never really goes away. Those who are hyper or hypo sensitive to noise, touch, clothing, taste, smell, motion, water or food taste, texture or temperature are usually able to adjust and adapt over the years, but they have to work at it. Read the many suggestions this teen can do to center and de-sensitize himself in “When a diagnosis is not enough to help”.