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 How to Stop Stimming?

Answer Self-stimulatory behavior, otherwise known as stimming, is the repetitive movement of the body or objects to fulfill an underlying need. It is commonly observed in individuals who have autism and o... Read More »
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How to Handle Stimming in the Classroom?

Stimming, or engaging in repetitive body movements or repetitive movement of objects that self-stimulate one's senses, is a common behavior in people who have autism and some other disabilities. In... Read More »
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How to Reduce Stimming With Autistic Children?

Stimming is the act of self-stimulation, by repetitive behaviors, and is often seen in children with autism. These behaviors include rocking back and forth, lining up toys, flapping their hands, an... Read More »
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First of all tell people who say things like "just quit" to go to Hel*. They have no idea what they're talking about.Now, step one. Write down the times that are hardest for you. Like after eating.... Read More »
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