Autism Outreach Service – Sensory Differences
Our lives are full of sensory experience. We all respond to sensory information. We touch, move, see, hear, taste and smell. It is important to recognise that the sensory information we process can have an impact on how we feel, how we think and how we behave and respond. Any of the senses may be over, or under sensitive, or both, at different times.
These booklets will give you some ideas and examples of things that you can try to help you support your child or young person with their sensory experiences.
- Making Sense of Sensory Behaviour – Falkirk Council
- Sensory Approach for Parents and Carers – Falkirk Council
- Sensory Issues in Autism – East Sussex Council