We have had a very productive couple of months since our last update. Following our first found of focus groups, we have been busy analysing the responses using an approach called content analysis. We used this approach to identify which public places people from the focus groups commonly identified as particularly challenging. There were severalContinue reading “Focus Groups – Round 2”
So what have we been up to recently at Sensory Street? Well it has been a busy few weeks as the first of our ethics applications was approved and it was time to start collecting some data! This month we ran our first set of focus groups exploring the lives of autistic people in publicContinue reading “Focus Groups – Round 1”
As part of World Autism Awareness week 2021 we wrote a post for the Experimental Psychology department at the University of Oxford which explains a little bit more about what it means to have sensory processing difficulties and how that can impact on a person’s life. Someone who knows first-hand what daily life is likeContinue reading “World Autism Awareness Week 2021”
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