Sensory Differences – Sensory differences can affect how children with autism feel and act. There can be different ways to support sensory processing. Sensory differences - a guide for all audiences (

Sensory diet – A sensory diet can help parents recognise their child’s sensory needs and this can be achieved through creating a sensory routine to support over or under stimulation. What is a Sensory Diet? - Teaching Autism

Sensory defensiveness – Children with sensory defensiveness react to sensory input with negative emotions or behaviours. Sensory defensiveness can occur with different senses. Sensory Defensiveness - Sensory Processing Problems - Problems - Paediatric - What We Treat -

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