A blog that explores the concept of PDA as well as offering an insight into life with a child with PDA

janesherwin:

A really informative and well written post about sensory processing disorder. Many people with ASD will have sensory processing issues on one level or another and so it is a really important area to educate yourself on if you care for an individual who may be experiencing sensory processing disorder.

Originally posted on ADD . . . and-so-much-more:

Too much to process —
too much to THINK through

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Sensory Defensiveness Series – Part 1

BW-Loud

“I have been talking and writing about sensory problems for over 20 years, and am still perplexed by many people who do not acknowledge sensory issues and the pain and discomfort they can cause. 

A person doesn’t have to be on the autism spectrum to be affected by sensory issues.”
~
Dr. Temple Grandin, The Way I See It

OURSELVES, growing older

My father “Brandy” was an amazingly healthy man for most of his 90+ years on earth. His mind stayed sharp right up to the end, but his body grew weary as the years went by — little betrayals and injustices to a man who was once strong and active. His once keen eyesight was the first to fade.

When I was just an…

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Comments on: "Sound Sensitivity and Sensory Integration" (2)

  1. Thanks so much for the reblog – left you a comment on ADDasmm too.
    xx,
    mgh

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