A better understanding how social touch is processed differently by autistic and nonautistic people may lead to the development of strategies for family members and loved ones to touch people with autism in a way that soothes and fosters feelings of connection, rather than overwhelms.
Understanding how social touch is processed differently by autistic people
2012-03-20T07:31:43-04:00By Ollibean|Categories: Articles, General, Parenting|Tags: Autism Spectrum Disorders, social touch|0 Comments
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