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Different people need different coloured glasses

Coloured Glasses (cont.)

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I also have a lot of friends on the spectrum who are report significant sensory processing benefits by using the glasses.  This is another seriously strong intervention with serious potential to make someone more high functioning, and thus support is advisable.

Personal benefits of wearing coloured glasses:

“How many lines can you see trailing behind this pencil as I move it through the air?”

 

“Only the normal amount.”

 

 

Without my green glasses

With my green glasses

I cannot see and hear at exactly the same time

I can see and hear at the same time.

I cannot hear the direction a sound comes from.

I can hear the direction a sound comes from.

I flinch when someone’s hand passes two inches away from my head.

I am perfectly calm and still when someone’s hand passes two inches away from my head.

I do not have very good depth perception and find it hard to walk downstairs.

I have much better depth perception and I am confident walking downstairs.

I get claustrophobic and panicky in crowds, e.g. train stations, city centres.

Crowds do not bother me.

I am not perfectly fluent with my speech, even when reciting simple information like my name and address.

My speech has increased fluency, quite noticeable to witnesses.

Fluorescent lights bother me.

I am fine with fluorescent lights.

I am generally tense and uptight.

I am calmer.