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Most people with ASD have a variety of sensory differences which can make them hypersensitive, hyposensitive or even a mixture of both. 

Such differences make many ordinary situations difficult to understand & leave them in a world which seems chaotic and frightening.

Sensory differences affect every aspect of their lives causing frustration, anxiety and stress.

The sensory differences can also interfere with:

* the development of social relationships

* communication, speech and comprehension

* concentration and learning

* short term memory


Such problems mean that the child with ASD has to work much harder than their peers in order to understand and complete his/her schoolwork.


Click on the links to see how it feels to live with such sensory differences.  How would you cope?

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