In a building at the Denver Tech Center, above a mortgage company and down the hall from a real estate surveyor, Lucy Jane Miller is trying to lead a revolution.
For years, families from around the world have come to Miller’s STAR Center for sensory processing disorder — a curious mix of problems that affects the way their kids’ brains experience movement, sight, smell, sound, taste, touch and body awareness.
Having spent a career working with the syndrome, she’s lobbying for recognition by a medical establishment split over the condition.
read more at Greene: Seeking sense sensibility for their kids – The Denver Post.
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