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  • Q&A with Australian Health Practitioners

    What can I do to help my 13y/o autistic daughter with the noise level at school?

    Her class at high school is to loud for her. She uses an ipod to cut the level but even that is not working anymore. She comes home from school and has a meltdown. These are getting bigger and are taking long to come out of.
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    Aimee York

    Occupational Therapist (OT)

    Aimee is a fully registered occupational therapist, with a special interest area in paediatrics and mental health. She is experienced in the assessment and intervention … View Profile

    Apart from the above suggestions from Grant, I would suggest looking into a therapeutic listening program such as The Listening Program (TLP). Different listening programs can help train the inner ear to process auditory information more effectively and with less sensitivity. Ensure you approach a qualified practitioner.

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