It was during the first break between lectures when I fully realized the significance of the My Feelings™ game. I was already very familiar with its reviews and endorsements, but the attendees at the Geneva Centre for Autism 2016 International Symposium presented a different, much more affecting side of the picture.
Many young children, especially those with Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) and Autism Spectrum disorder (ASD), have difficulty identifying, expressing, and coping with their feelings. For parents who witness their struggles, it’s perplexing at best, heartbreaking at worst. Parents want to help, but often don’t know how to start.