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Posted by David on November 27, 1999 at 11:54:21:

In Reply to: Re: ADD and sensory Integration dysfunction posted by Sue on November 18, 1999 at 19:41:43:

: : : Hi

: : : I am looking to see if anyone has any info on ADD and sensory integration dysfunction in females. I have already read the out-of-sync child. Just wondering if anyone else experiences this and has been diagnosed with ADD and in fact may feel like it is SID instead.

: : LOOKING FOR OTHER ANSWERS BESIDES ADHD! WHAT IS
: : SID AND WHERE CAN I FIND INFO. DON'T TOTALLY BUY
: : INTO THE "JUST NEED RITILIN THEORY.

: : Check out www.sinetwork.com. Lots of good information and resources. My daughter is SID and there is a very fine line. She has difficulty with fine motor skills and sitting still ... she is constantly looking for sensory input. Started brushing. Seeing big difference. Keep looking there is lots of info out there.

I went to www.sinetwork.com, and it was a Sports Gambling site. Could you please check the address and repost? Thank you!

We are interested in SID because even though we are fairly satisfied with our 8 year old son's progress through medication and environmental monitoring, his school is uncomfortable with administration of medication. They keep an Occupational Therapist on location and advocate brushing and other SID therapies. We would like to know more...

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