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Interior design for the highly sensitive person.

  • Neurodiverse people have brains that differ from the majority, in the ways they organize and process information. This can include people on the autism spectrum, people with sensory sensitivities, and people with ADHD. There is a lot of overlap, and specific patterns of neurodiversity vary quite a bit.

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  • So often, children with sensory issues are treated for behavioral problems, with or without acknowledging what sensory needs might be driving the behavior. When therapists focus on addressing unwanted behaviors without digging deeper, we can miss an opportunity to help a struggling child.

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  • Simple, sunny office with white walls, view of trees, plants
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  • Photo of wall heavily textured in beige paint, ceiling with dozens of lighted jam jars
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