🗝 Unlock the truth on how to really ease sensory issues for autistic individuals...
Autistic individuals may struggle to process sensory information...
...this can impact their ability to communicate, feel emotions and use motor skills effectively.
Some autistic children and adults can experience hypersensitivity and hyposensitivity, where noises can cause discomfort or eating something might feel like nothing.
This sensory overload can often go unnoticed...
You Know That Feeling When It's SO Loud You Feel Like Your Head Will Explode?
This is the stressor many individuals on the autism spectrum can experience.
These triggers can be INTERNAL and EXTERNAL.
These stressors can cause meltdowns and distressing behaviours for an autistic person.
When we communicate with and support an autistic person, we need to understand...
The Autistic Person's Sensory Needs
The importance of making necessary accommodations to their environment. The behaviours caused by sensory-perceptual differences. ...that's why we REALLY need to understand autism sensory needs to best support autistic children and adults to live a quality of life.
That's why it's essential to understand autism sensory needs to best support a person on the autism spectrum in their life. Join Professor, Mother, Author, Lecturer and Consultant in Autism, Dr. Olga Bogdashina who will share practical strategies you can do this, at this year's Autism Online Conference, Thriving With Autism where she'll be talking about:
Autism: Making Sense of Sensory Needs
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