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Tactile defensiveness (TD) is characterized by behaviors such as rubbing, scratching, negative expressions, withdrawal, or avoidance in response to tactile stimulation. An inhibition deficit has been implied in the literature and is the focus of this study. School-aged children with developmental disabilities were first assessed for level of TD using three measures. Later, the
Wilbarger Brushing. Occupational therapists have a go-to technique called Wilbarger brushing that can do wonders for kids with all kinds of sensory issues. The basic idea is to brush the skin (with these Sensory Brushes) to
Activities for Tactile Defensiveness Treatment. Tactile sensitivity is due to disorganization in the central nervous system. It is important to note that Sensory Processing Disorder is a neurological condition and therefore there are no quick fixes.
A treatment protocol was imple-mented which included providing insight into sensory defensiveness, regular and daily sensory input, and engagement in activities of choice providing primarily proprio-ceptive, vestibular and tactile sensory input. Subjects engaged in an individualized self-treatment protocol for one month.
Adults on the spectrum can experience sensory issues, too. ... People who are experiencing skin rashes or shingles may also have tactile sensitivity. This is usually caused by a viral infection and will resolve in a few days on its own. ... Auditory hypersensitivity manifests by a discomfort or painful response to noises, for example certain.