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What Does It FEEL Like To Have Autism??
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Absolutely wonderful lady who teaches parents/siblings/teachers about Autism with children/adults. (link below)
http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=2808924366946811422&q=aspergers+syndrome (Quite hyper!)
This video below shows how autistic people don't miss the tiny details of small things that typical people would not notice and definitely not really care that much about, but autistic people do...Also shows some visual and auditory illusions that results from the processing difference resulting from autism spectrum disorders. I found it and feel finally a video that hellps show how we process things sometimes and all the details we see.
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|doublebubble25||I know the feeling||1||Mar 9 2011, 2:09 AM EST by KED|
Thread started: Feb 28 2011, 1:32 PM EST Watch
i cant block anything out i can tell you the way i feel is like being on a spinning object and keeped dizzy and at the same time having noises go off and bright lights and smells and taste all at one time that my typical overwhleming feeing when there is just to much going on around me
|Julishere||Screening out sounds||6||Sep 9 2010, 8:07 PM EDT by KED|
Thread started: Jan 16 2008, 12:17 AM EST Watch
Wow that was very interesting. That has to be tough not to screen anything out. I can see how hard it must be for my son. Does it become easier as you grow older to deal with? Quiet places must be better for everyone on the spectrum. Its hard to have a quiet place when everywhere I take my little one except home has so much going on, like shopping and even school must be hard sometimes.
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