#123 - Breaking Down Sensory Modulation Disorder- Over/Under Responsive + Sensory Craving

by Rachel Harrington, COTA/L, AC & Jessica Hill, COTA/L October 14, 2020

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Breaking Down Sensory Modulation Disorder- Over/Under Responsive + Sensory Craving

Welcome to episode 123! Today we are diving into Sensory Modulation Disorder. This particular subtype of Sensory Processing Disorder consists of 3 sub-categories: Under-Responsive, Over-Responsive, and Craving. You’ll definitely want to take notes, listen more than once, and share this episode with your friends, family, and colleagues! 

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Rachel Harrington, COTA/L, AC & Jessica Hill, COTA/L
Rachel Harrington, COTA/L, AC & Jessica Hill, COTA/L


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