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Autism All Stars 1h
Some good ideas for making parties easier for autistic children (and adults) to enjoy.
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MARS Aug 17
Mason’s Favorite Part of any movie is the credits and he goes home and writes the cast if he loved the Movie! Sometimes his SPD is creatively beautiful 🥰
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Emily Aug 18
I did a quick little doodle on what us sensory beings find quite difficult to do in our daily lives (Obviously these things aren’t exclusively difficult to just sensory people, these can apply to many different people)
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Sensory Spectacle Aug 19
The weather is something we have no control over and due to the changes in it can be difficult for many people with SPD. Here's some reasons why
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Katie Schmaltz Aug 11
Replying to @SchmaltzKatie1
Today I found out I’m not alone and I will keep fighting so people with SPD won’t ever feel like I did; alone.
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Dori Zener Aug 19
Everyday things can feel so aversive and uncomfortable to those with sensory sensitivities by
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Sensory Spectacle Aug 13
The weather in the summer can be unpredictable but it's important that we know how we can stay cool on those hot summer days as well as consider someone's sensory needs who has sensory processing disorder.
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MommaFoxFire - Mental Health Advocate Aug 12
Most people feel occasional sensory overload, but if your kiddo has sensory processing disorder, it can really disrupt everyday life...
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Mochuan_Drives Aug 13
More than 30,000designs of position sensor switch wait you to have a look.
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MommaFoxFire - Mental Health Advocate Aug 12
Distraction. Impulsivity. Lashing out. Sensory processing disorder and ADHD have striking similarities. It's important to talk to your PCP about any symptoms in your kids.
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MommaFoxFire - Mental Health Advocate Aug 12
SPD makes it difficult to filter out unimportant info, like background noise of a busy school hallway... So kids can easily feel overwhelmed / over-stimulated in a seemingly "normal" situation.
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The Sensory Spectrum Aug 15
Getting Ready for School with Sensory Processing Disorder
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Emily Aug 15
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HIE Help Center Aug 16
Shopping for your child's ? Check out our for helping kids with choose clothing that works for them.
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Carmen Urquieta Aug 12
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Sensory Spectacle Aug 14
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Sensory Spectacle Aug 12
Understand how the holidays can be difficult for children & adults with Sensory Processing Difficulties and why we may notice signs of anxiety.
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SensationalCreations Aug 11
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Belightfull Company Aug 15
Not a bad haircut for a non-professional! Had to do it! He loves it. It was a struggle for sure!
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Sensational Brain Aug 12
SAVE 20% now with coupon code: BACKTOSCHOOL Now through August 31, 2019.
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