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Learn about Sensory Processing Differences with  us 

What is SPD?

Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) is sometimes known as Sensory Processing Difficulties / Differences or Sensory Integration Dysfunction. 

SPD is when the brain finds it difficult to do its most important job, which is to organise and respond to the information it is receiving. A person with SPD finds it difficult to process and act upon information received through the senses, which means some daily living activities like washing are difficult. 

The characteristics of SPD are often misunderstood to be negative behaviours. These might include breaking things, biting, pushing people, fidgeting with objects, humming or rocking.

We have lots more resources including videos, downloads, webinars, support materials and podcasts, plus lots more.

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Sensory Processing Differences

SPD is when the brain finds it difficult to organise and respond to the information it is receiving.  

Someone with SPD finds it difficult to understand the information received through the senses which can make everyday tasks challenging.

What we do

We are passionate about raising awareness and educating about Sensory Processing Differences.  We do this through immersive learning combine with sharing theoretical knowledge and lived experience to provide a deeper level of understanding and support. 


We want to make sure everyone's support can be personalised to meet their sensory needs.

How we do it


  • We run workshops across the UK and further afield

  • We deliver online training worldwide

  • We include immersive experiences in our workshops and training and take our installations around the country to events and exhibitions

  • We share out knowledge and conferences, exhibitions and other events


  • We provide free information and support to families and professionals via social media

  • We have a team of sensory specialists who provide their personal insights to help to inform our research and training


  • We support people with SPD and those in their lives by supplying a wealth of evidence-based resources and strategies which they can access

 When I'm in the classroom it feels like I am in the playground because the noise is so loud.


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