Many children and adults with Autism Spectrum Disorders experience a multitude of sensory symptoms.
These sensory processing integration issues or sensory processing disorder (SPD) can include issues relating to temperature regulation.
The person with Autism may not be able to adequately adapt to changing temperatures, and/or may not feel temperatures the same way a neuro-typical (NT), person without Autism, does.
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