Sensory Defensiveness with adults by: Kelly Scott Hey there, I can help you with this. Yes I am a practicing OT that work with children and adults with sensory defensiveness. I also have Sensory defensiveness and am being treated by Pat Wilbarger currently. I was checking out your site trying to write equipment letters for my kids and saw this.
[Self-Test] Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) in Adults. Your aversion to itchy fabrics, scented candles, and crowds could be a sign of Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD). Take this self-test to better understand daily SPD symptoms, and take the results to an occupational therapist trained in sensory integration and ADHD.Author: ADHD Editorial Board.
tactile defensiveness, which was first identified by Dr A.J. Ayres, an American Occupation Therapist around the 1960s. What is Tactile Defensiveness? Tactile defensiveness (TD) refers to a pattern of observable behavioural and emotional responses, which are aversive, negative and out of proportion, to certain types of tactile.
Adults with Tactile defensiveness "What does it feel like?" My son has sensory issues and is undergoing the therapeutic brushing protocol. Since he is only one, he cannot vocalize what it feels like for him .