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Posted by Sue on November 15, 1999 at 08:42:29:

In Reply to: Re: Sensory Integration Disorder NOT ADD! posted by Margo on November 14, 1999 at 23:53:54:

:Yes, that can be one of the signs. But, it can also be many other things. You really need her evaluated. Does she have a hard time ornanizing herself? Does she have problems with any fine motor skills? Testing is the only sure way to find out. My daughter has SID and is now getting ot in the classroom to help there. Hang in there ..It will get better.

: Can a child with Sensory Integration Disorder have many of the same symptoms as a child who has ADD? I believe my child has SID, but she has been telling me lately that she can't concentrate in class. In fact, she is constantly saying that she can't concentrate in class. She's having a very tough year and her teacher realizes the difficulty she is having.


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