Vision in autism can be very different from that found in the general population

We have to consider much more in ASD than in normal patients

1 Those on the spectrum may react differently to drugs - so where possible, we avoid them

2 Sensory timing is often timed differently - we can modify visual timing speed

3 Cognitive processing is often completely different - we take this into account

4 Sensory integration may be critical - we try and integrate it better using stimulus modification

5 Synesthesia is common in ASD and can be a major problem - we as far as possible correct visual aspects using timing modification

6 Face blindness and emotion recognition can respond to filters - we assess this

7 Many non obvious problems can have a visual component - we try and address these where possible