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SOURCE: "The Highly Sensitive Brain: An fMRI Study of Sensory Processing Sensitivity and Response to others' Emotions.
Using plain language and a conversational style accessible to parents as well as educators and mental health practitioners, the author, a pediatric occupational therapist, explains basics of sensory processing disorder for those who work with children and teens with or without autism, anxiety disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, or Asperger's syndrome.
ASD has long been associated with abnormalities in sensory processing of everyday information such as sounds, sights and smells.
Fiona Brownlee and Lindsay Munro's FUZZY BUZZY GROUPS FOR CHILDREN WITH DEVELOPMENTAL AND SENSORY PROCESSING DIFFICULTIES: A STEP-BY-STEP RESOURCE (9781843109662, $34.
101 Games and Activities for Children with Autism, Asperger's, and Sensory Processing
Each of these systems in turn project to various areas of the cortex and influence sensory processing by regulating cortical attention (Aston-Jones et al, 1996).
The workshop, geared toward "helping children and teens with autism cope with sensory processing issues," demonstrated how parents, schools and agencies "can help by modifying the school, home and community environment as well as by providing fun therapy activities," she said.
Understanding regulation disorders of sensory processing in children; management strategies for parents and professionals.
However, it had not been understood at what stage of sensory processing the brain selects information that is given attention, and in particular it had not been properly understood what sensory area is first affected as a result of focusing attention.