Synesthesia and autism share significant overlap, with 19% of autistic people having synesthesia as well. In this post, we explain why.
Greg Burns: “The garden of my mind wasn’t weeded as thoroughly as others. As a consequence, I’ve managed to grow some unique autistic flowers.”
Research indicates autistic people have a sharper spatial gradient of attention. As an autistic, can you imagine how a neurotypical sees the world?
Research shows that many autistic people show heightened sensory perceptions: visual hypersensitivity, extraordinary vision, pattern recognition, and more!