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Our child is biting furniture and the walls of our house - there are teeth marks in wood furniture and chunks of drywall missing from the corners of doorways where he'll turn his head sideways, open his mouth and bit off chunks. So then we have to chase him down and get it out of his mouth, plus it's embarrassing to have people over with the walls all torn up. We've had to remove the chair rail from his room because he shredded it.
My 5 year old son was diagnosed with PDD-NOS, OCD, SPD, tics, etc. He has a problem with his nails chipping or breaking easily. He also has hang nails often. He constantly is chewing on his nails, or I have noticed him sucking on his arms or hands until it leaves a red naek behind. Would you consider this as stimming? I am curious on your thoughts if I shoukd help him with a… read more
Hello. I have a 3 year old who tends to bite when she gets upset. She is nonverbal. She was attending ABA therapy until the current pandemic and it seemed to be helping out. But she has since been out of therapy she is biting several times a day. Does anyone have any tips or suggestions? My husband and I are taking a beating so to speak. Thank you!!
My 4 years old Autistic son is acting with agressive behavior ( per say) he is not hitting or biting or kiking yet but he raise his hand, hell, and get engry out of thing as simple as wanting ither kids toys. How should I address it.
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