Understand how children with autism experience the world around them with this simple guide. Learn why they might react unexpectedly to lights, noise, and even seemingly simple requests, and what you can do to help reduce sensory overload.
This accompanying guide to the children's picture book Sometimes Noise is Big takes the illustrations and gives a breakdown of what is happening in each picture, with practical tips on how to help children who struggle with sensory issues. This book can also be used as a standalone resource, and is ideal for supporting children aged 5+ with autism at home, in the classroom, and for raising awareness of autism and sensory issues.
|Publisher:||Kingsley, Jessica Publishers|
|Product dimensions:||5.90(w) x 8.80(h) x 0.30(d)|
|Age Range:||8 - 12 Years|
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Table of Contents1. Introduction. 2. What is Autism? 3. Sensory Issues. 4. Light Sensitivity. 5. Noise Sensitivity. 6. Emotional Expression. 7. Overwhelming Feelings. 8. Texture Sensitivity. 9. Food Aversions. 10. Eye Contact. 11. Focus and Overstimulation. 12. Self-Regulation. 13. Lining Up Objects. 14. Perspective. 15. Memory and Tasks. 16. Speech and Communication. 17. Filtering Sounds. 18. Parent Support. 19. Literal Thinking. 20. Similarities and Uniqueness. 21. Home Behaviors vs School. 22. Tight Spaces. 23. Fight, Flight and Freeze. 24. Stimming. 25. Social Interactions. 26. Learning Methods. 27. Problem-Solving Perspectives. 28. Singular Interests. 29. Strengths and Weaknesses. 30. Showing Love. 31. Conclusion. 32. Common Acronyms and Phrases. 33. References. 34. Further Reading.