What is Touch Sensitivity in Children?

Tactile Sensitivity is often reported in children or adults with autism. Children and adults with tactile sensitivity may show the following sensory processing symptoms. They don’t want to wear shoes or strain. Avoiding dry tissue such as finger paint, glue (glue, uhu) play dough and sometimes sand. Unrest in food tissues, including avoiding mixed tissues (eg lasagna, fruit yogurt). They do not like to hug or kiss, they can erase kisses. Difficulty in brushing teeth. Difficulties in haircuts and hair combing. Difficult to cut fingernails and hands. They do not like the feelings of clothing labels. What Causes Tactile Advocacy? […]

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