Child And Adolescent Psychology And Psychiatry

1417 WordsSep 19, 20166 Pages
Sensory over-responsivity (SOR) is described as stressful encounters that happens during daily routines that affect toddlers with autism disorder (ASD). SOR is often referred to as a sensory defensive which is some who has hypersensitivity to sensory input. People who suffer from this issues usually have lots of stress, looks at things as threatening and may even experience meltdowns as a result. They may also need professional help to deal with the side effects that come along with this issue. The journal in which this article came from is well known and used by many professionals. This journal is an excellent resource for professional and students who are looking to become professional. It gives you a plethora of information on the development and mental health of children. There is an Association which is comprised of many different professional disciplines and they work together to inform others and ensure that the professionals are all well informed. The council is multi-disciplinary team that exists to further the interdisciplinary field of both child and adolescent psychology and psychiatry. The article focuses on how over-responsivity affects toddlers with autism in their daily lives and how it contributes to the life styles of the parents or caregivers. People who suffer from this illness often have a hard time adjusting to normalcy. They are always thinking negatively about life and things in general. They also are distracted easily, is stressed very
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