What Do Autistic People Want From Science?

The number one item is for more attention to be given to ‘sensory issues and sensory arousal’ according to science and health writer Emily Willingham in her article, ‘What Do Autistic People Want From Science?‘.

It is common for people with autistic spectrum difficulties to be oversensitive to sound. The Sound Learning Centre’s experience over 23 years of delivering¬†Auditory Integration Training (AIT) supports the idea that improving a person’s auditory profile through sound therapy can make a tremendous difference to social, emotional, behavioural and academic performance, not only for those with diagnosed with autism but for many other people with labels such as dyslexia, dyspraxia and ADHD.