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The Need to Understand Irregular Sensory Regulation

The Need to Understand Irregular Sensory Regulation https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/understand-irregular-sensory-regulation

Ian*, one of my regular patients, usually starts his Shiatsu session with significant delay. He walks slowly and often stands for minutes, weaving his body, before going through every door. Before we get to the room where the Shiatsu sessions are held, several minutes have typically passed. The Shiatsu mat is ready on the floor […]

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Sensory Overload: How to Find What Works Best for Your ASD Child

Sensory Overload: How to Find What Works Best for Your Child with Autism https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/sensory-overload-what-works-best-autism

Needing a Band-Aid after scraping your knee seems like a rite of passage when it comes to childhood. I have many memories of running into my grandmother’s house in the summer and showing her my freshly scraped knee and waiting on the counter for her to come back with iodine and a bandage. It always […]

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