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This 11-page document details the differences in how Autistic individuals process sensory information, focusing on the eight sensory systems: visual, auditory, tactile, olfactory, gustatory, proprioceptive, vestibular, and interoceptive.


It provides practical strategies for managing and regualating both hyposensitivity and hypersensitivity across these sensory domains. Tailored to be insightful for autistic people, their support people, and health professionals. This resource will enhance your  understanding of how to better accommodate the autistic person's sensory needs.


Developed by Amanda, a neurodivergent psychologist, this resource adopts a neurodiversity-affirming lens. Here, Autism is acknowledged not as a deficit or disease, but as a natural variation in the human brain. The strategies are designed to support autistic individuals in thriving by facilitating accommodation in their environments, rather than conforming the individual.


Note: This is a digital file. This resource and its contents are the intellectual property of Amanda Moses Psychology. I do not permit the sharing, recreating, distribution of this document or any of my materials. Each purchase is for individual use only and for use with your clients. If you work in a group practice, each professional must purchase their own copy to use this product.

Sensory Regulation: A Guide for Autistic People

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