Sensory processing disorder

    Eye contact, babbling, crawling and walking are all developmental milestones that babies complete by a certain age. When they don’t, parents worry – and doctors start to search for causes. Sometimes, children get a diagnosis of autism, but the child could also have something called sensory processing disorder. A Delaware non-profit group is looking to help parents.

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