Aspie Blog – Sensory Overload Through My Eyes

This post is not particularly related to mobile apps (although I will connect it in a little bit…), but this is such an interesting post from The Sensory Spectrum, I thought as OT’s, parents or others that work with individuals with sensory processing this needed to be shared.

The Sensory Spectrum provides several interesting perspectives via video what it might be like to have a sensory processing disorder. How many hundreds of time have I wished to be inside for just a few minutes to perceive and understand what they see, hear and feel. These resources help with getting inside, even though each individual may have a different perception, it is a start.

And now I wonder why some of my students wear ear muffs frequently, why they like sameness, predictability, patterns and calming apps that they can control the visual or audio effects of ? Wouldn’t you if life was so unpredictable?

If you work with clients with sensory processing challenges check out their blog and the resources provided from The Sensory Spectrum, it is well worth it!

Thank you to The Sensory Spectrum blog for their incredible work at providing insights and resources on SPD for all!
Carol

The Sensory Spectrum

A teenager on the Autism spectrum shared what it’s like to experience sensory overload. Bravo for him in educating others!

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About Carol Leynse Harpold, MS, AdEd, OTR/L, ATP

OTR/L with 30 years experience in pediatrics, school based therapy and adult rehabilitation. Masters of Science in Adaptive Education/Assistive Technology with 15 years experience in AT in education of elementary, middle school, secondary and post secondary students. Experience with adults with disabilities in employment and work transition.
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2 Responses to Aspie Blog – Sensory Overload Through My Eyes

  1. spdmama says:

    I’m blushing, Carol! Thanks so much for the positive feedback and for sharing this resource with your community. Jennifer

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