Autism and sensory issues

Things that for the average person mean nothing or perhaps a slight annoyance, the tag in the back of a shirt, too bright headlights, the smell of microwave popcorn popping, can be overwhelming to the point of melt down for those on the spectrum.

This article is one Mom’s description of how this effects her child.

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