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All you need to know about The Auditory Sense.

Updated: Jul 5, 2021



Here at Super Calm Sensory Products our aim is to educate parents, carers, teachers and children on neurodiversity and the impact it can have on the person caring for the child with a neurodiverse difference. We aim to increase understanding on what is happening in the body of a neurologically different person resulting in greater empathy in understanding certain behaviours. By developing sensory diets and activities aimed towards their specific sensory needs the child should reach optimum levels of arousal to allow them to be present during school and home life.

Someone who has neurologically diverse differences may react differently to others around sensory stimuli and other environmental factors. The overall goal is to promote understanding and increase empathy resulting in a more harmonious environment for all.

Understanding the eight senses and how the may present in neurologically diverse children is a key aspect in furthering your understanding of sensory processsing disorders. Children may present adverse reactions to certain stimuli and by reading our eight blogs you may be better able to identify what senses they are seeking and avoiding.



The Auditory sense is our hearing sense. It allows us to hear different volume, tone, pitch and rhythm.

The Auditory sense needs other senses to work alongside it in order to make sense of the noises being heard otherwise the noises heard can lead to sensory overload and possible meltdowns.

This is due to neurological responses in the brain which are wired slightly differently and therefore don't allow children with ASD/SPD to filter out noises that the typical brain can .


Super Calm creates a pathway to build resilience to these stimuli for neurologically diverse children. By understanding your child's sensory needs you may enable them to reach their full potential in an educational setting, increasing emotional-regulation and self soothing.


Please follow the links below in order to see our full range of blogs explaining the senses.










 

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