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A critical overview on the sensory perception related to people affected by Autism Spectrum Desorder

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Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is a developmental disorder estimated to affect 1 out of 160 children in 2019. It involves repetitive behaviour, a lack of communication skills, a complex sensory perception, and individual peculiarities. ASD begin in childhood and tends to persist into adolescence and adulthood. For some people with ASD it is possible to live independently, but housing services for special needs conventionally deal with issues of physical access and rarely with all the complex and sensory needs of ASD individuals. This paper aims to produce an overview of what has been characterized on the acoustic sensory perception of ASD individual. Furthermore, the European SENSHome Project is presented

Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: Free University of Bozen

Publication date: October 12, 2020

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