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Sensory Processing Resource

By Middletown Centre for Autism


This website discusses sensory differences in individuals with autism. It describes sensory processing, provides case studies and examples of sensory processing differences in autism, and offers a number of strategies to address specific issues that may arise in school environments. The website also discusses how a sensory room or lounge can be established.

The Middletown Centre for Autism has a mission “to improve and enrich the educational opportunities for children and young people with autism, to provide support, advice, guidance and training to their parents and the professionals who work with them throughout the island of Ireland.” It is jointly funded by Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland.

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This website is in English


Middletown Centre for Autism
Northern Ireland

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