Sensory Problems in Children's with Autism Spectrum Disorder...Evaluation and Intervention

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Sensory Problems in Children's with Autism Spectrum Disorder...Evaluation and Intervention

Announced on:Sun, Feb 7, 2016

General Description:


Abnormal or inconsistent responses for sensory stimulation are one of the common problems in ASD population. Some children may ignore sensory stimulation while others may over respond to stimulation. This is called “sensory problems”, which can prevent children from interacting with others and their environment. Additionally, sensory problems may affect the child’s development.

Goals, Objectives & Themes:


How the sensory process occurs.
The most common problems in ASD.
The tools and strategies to observe and assess this kind of problems from families and professionals perspective.
Right strategies for intervention with sensory problems.

Event Speaker(s):

  • Ms. Hanne Holmer, O.T Consultant - Denmark

Event Details:

Event Location:
King Salman Auditorium - KFSH&RC
Last Day: Post Graduate Center Auditorium.

Event Time: 01:00 PM - 05:00 PM

Event Targeted Audience: Both Families and Professionals

Event Language: Arabic.

Event Interpretation: Not available.

Event Other Remarks: Workshop Material: Lecture slides (in PDF format) of the workshop are now available through the download button below:

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