SID is the inability to process information from the senses such as sight – hearing – smell – taste and touch. A child with this disorder can either be very sensitive to things involving one or more of their senses – or undersensitive. A child can have an aversion to certain sensory activites such as disliking the texture of certain foods or the smell of certain rooms or even people. Often they are confused by sensory activities that involve sound or motion. They may not know where sounds are coming from and have the inability to sense when they are being touched in physical play. This is a neuroligical disorder and there is no known cause or cure. Sensory Integration Therapy can help a child with SID.