Posts Tagged
‘Sensory’

December 2, 2021

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by: admin

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Tags: ASD, Boy, Christmas, Dislike, Gifts, helps, kids, Sensory

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Categories: autism

8-year-old Logan Doyle from County Tyrone, Northern Ireland is a wonderful and intelligent little boy with many talents. His autism and hyperlexia contributed to who he is today, and that’s positive in many ways. His first word when he was a little over two years old was “triangle”. He learned to read and write at […]

December 1, 2021

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Tags: Enjoy, kids, Quiet, Santa, Sensory, special, time

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Categories: autism

As Christmas approaches quickly, Santa Claus will be visiting malls across the country to meet the good guys and girls. While this experience is exciting for most children, it can be very overwhelming and nerve-wracking for children with special needs or people with sensory issues. Photo: YouTube / KIII 3 News La Palmera Mall in […]

November 15, 2021

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Tags: Autism, brains, complex, Connections, Sensory, Spectrum, switchboard

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Categories: autism

Since sensory differences became part of the diagnostic criteria for autism in 2013, more and more autism researchers have been drawn to the thalamus, the egg-shaped sensory relay station deep in the brain. The surge of interest has created an argument for the thalamus as an important sensory filter that may function differently in autism, […]

August 20, 2021

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Tags: Autism, brains, memory, Problems, processor, prompt, Sensory, Spectrum

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Categories: autism

Short circuit: Several genes linked to autism (top) and schizophrenia (bottom) are highly expressed in the thalamus of mice and, when mutated, appear to cause memory problems. Silencing multiple genes associated with autism or schizophrenia in the thalami of mice increases neuronal excitability there and leads to memory problems reminiscent of those in people with […]

June 19, 2021

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Tags: Autism, Boy, Bubble, Motivates, Nonverbal, Sensory, Soothes, Speaking, Start, Wall

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Categories: autism

Chrissie Render’s son Zac was diagnosed with autism and global developmental delay shortly before he turned three. Since then, and before, Chrissie has looked for things that could calm her son, enhance his educational experience, and stimulate him to communicate verbally. Now the family seems to have found a helpful tool to do this. A […]

June 19, 2021

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Tags: ADHD, Autism, disorder, Founder, Helping, Hsieh, Jason, kids, LakiKid, Processing, Sensory

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Categories: adhd

Jason Hsieh is the founder of LakiKid, a growing company who provides quality and affordable products that help neurodiverse children with their daily challenges. LakiKid is an eCommerce company that helps kids with special learning needs like Autism, ADHD, and Sensory Processing Disorder by providing support, education, and products. In 2013, Jason’s son, Keanu, was […]