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How do I understand sensory overload?

By: Caldwell, Phoebe.
Series: Your Autism Magazine 51 (1) Spring 2017: 16-17. 2017Subject(s): AUTISM | SENSORY ISSUES | STRESS MANAGEMENTSummary: Notes that each child or adult on the autism spectrum is different, but what many have in common is a low threshold to sensory overload. The wonderful Phoebe Caldwell gives us her point of view on the possible causes and how to reduce the stress caused by these experiences. Covers sesnory overload, repetitive behaviours, visual overload and under-sensitivity.
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Notes that each child or adult on the autism spectrum is different, but what many have in common is a low threshold to sensory overload. The wonderful Phoebe Caldwell gives us her point of view on the possible causes and how to reduce the stress caused by these experiences. Covers sesnory overload, repetitive behaviours, visual overload and under-sensitivity.

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