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sensory processing

  1. A

    An Autistic experience of the impact of Covid-19 infection on sensory processing

    I found this on another website and pass it on, for info https://www.autismwellbeing.org.uk/post/guest-blog-an-autistic-experience-of-the-impact-of-covid-19-infection-on-sensory-processing?postId=dd04be39-89ba-472d-a0e3-62ce853dd39b I encourage practitioners to consider sensory processing...
  2. shysnail

    What would you do?

    I hope this is the right section, as it's a housing situation rather than an employment one. I'm in the super lucky position where I could potentially buy a house or an apartment with my partner. The issue is that I am really sensitive to noise from neighbours. I don't know if this is a sensory...
  3. Sabrina

    Rules for eating or arranging food?

    I remember vividly getting confused with how I was supposed to eat. Like, one fork meat, another rice, another plantain. 'But wait. Am I following the right order? I think I ate rice twice'... and so on, so people would talk to me (of course, I hadn't heard a thing, I was concentrated in...
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