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Sensory Corner: Supporting Sensory Needs in Children & Teens with ASD

Editor’s Note:  Thank You to our friend Lindsey Biel for sharing her free webinar with us! [Source:  Autism Resource Institute] Sensory issues are a complex and often overlooked issue for individuals on the autism spectrum. Hear occupational therapist Lindsey Biel … Continue reading

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Simple Montessori Sensorial Lesson Using a Fabric Basket

[Source:  Carrots Are Orange] It’s very easy to create a fabric matching basket to use with a Montessori sensorial lesson. It’s a great sensorial and language work for your preschooler. The basket includes same size pairs of fabrics. In our … Continue reading

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Sensory Corner: Sensory Sensitivity – A Video

[Source: The Sensory Spectrum] Although this video is produced by the National Autistic Society, this video entitled Sensory Sensitivity reflects not only how an Autistic person may experience sensory input but how any sensory sensitive child might. Watch this Video … Continue reading

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Sensory Profiles of Children in the General Population

[Source:  Child: Care, Health and Development via Your Therapy Source] Child: Care,Health and Development published research on sensory profiles of children in the general population.  The cross-sectional study used a large sample of 3-14 year old children (n = 1132) gathered from a … Continue reading

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Sensory Links Between Autism and Synesthesia

[Source:  Medical X-Press] Concrete links between the symptoms of autism and synaesthesia have been discovered and clarified for the first time, according to new research by psychologists at the University of Sussex. The study, conducted by world-leading experts in both … Continue reading

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