Dealing with Sensory Problems in Aspergers Children

The occurrence of sensory issues and intolerance is very typical for children with Aspergers and High-Functioning Autism. Parents of these children often recognize early that there are some "odd" problems with their child. The child may have a hyperactive startled response to various kinds of noises, and some of these children walk around acting deaf because they have had to tune out the excessive noise around them. Some children report auditory problems and find themselves unable to listen to someone speak or carry on a conversation in noisy or busy places.

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