today i am thinking in temporal terms because its important to sequence past present and future. how do we do this having autism?
it has motor and sensory memory at its core . my experience shows me muscles are coordinated with phases of stimulus transmission. practical applications of this memory involve being able to recognise our muscles in real time, changing our responses when occupation or circumstances change, and being able to sequence thought and action. having somatosensory understanding is crucial to helping those with significant autism sensory motor challenges. the impact of the behavioral stereotypes that pervade the media are inaccurate and harmful. i am not a savant and i am also not intellectual disabled. having autism means being sensory motor challenged. make time to allow yourself to stim as it manage the inputs of sensory data, helps to order your motor memory, and directs the action potentials of energy which arise from overstimulation of the senses. dont fear the onlooker because temporal management is crucial. have a safe space to stim, and use modern technology like ipads, alexa,online apps to help manage your life sequence.