Autism and Sensory Differences
This online article discusses sensory processing differences found in people on the autism spectrum. It provides examples of abnormal sensory experiences and offers some strategies that may help to modulate sensory inputs.
Autism West Midlands aims "to provide specialist support and advice to people of all ages with autism and their families, living in the West Midlands, enabling them to meet their full potential." [Website]
This online article is in English
Autism West Midlands
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