Difficulties with sensory information is commonly associated with Asperger Syndrome, but not always present. This can occur in one or all of the senses and can either present as being over sensitive or under sensitive. Lights, sounds, smells, touch or the feel of certain material can cause pain or anxiety. It can also manifest in difficulties processing internal sensory information such as pain or hunger.
Sensory difficulties can also be evident in terms of spatial and physical awareness, negotiating obstructions safely.
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