Proprioceptive Input for Children with Autism https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/autism-proprioceptive-input/

Our bodies naturally sense and position themselves in space through a system called proprioception, which involves sensory receptors in our joints and muscles.  Unfortunately, around 95% of children with autism process sensory information differently, affecting at least one of their eight senses. This article explains how proprioceptive input can benefit children with autism, offering a

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A sensory gym is a room that is completely dedicated to sensory play. Sensory gyms normally include equipment that is designed to provide vestibular and proprioceptive input. Some of the elements include therapy balls, trampolines, swings, and more.  When you give your autistic child access to a sensory gym, you will find that they gain

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Oh Poop! Fecal Smearing in Autism

What is Fecal Smearing? Imagine walking into your children’s room late at night to check on them sleeping, only to find them smearing poop all over themselves or their room! Some children who play with poop also do so in front of other people or while away from home at school or visiting family members.

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