My son has a habit of constantly licking his fingers and then “playing” with his saliva. I haven’t noticed him doing it in specific situations , it’s more of a constant thing throughout the day. Any tips on how to stop this behavior?
mittens, tape( fingers one by one / or some / nail polish in Amazon
She stared wetting her pants since last year.. no wetting pants other than the school bus and school. She has been potty trained since she was 8. She is not much verbal. She can communicate with her wants/needs with 1-2 words sentences. No expressive language.. I tried motivation as well as discipline but nothing works. Any ideas?
I tried taking her to school. She stays dry with me p course but wet pants in school once.. in her mind either on bus or in school.. totally behavior
does not provide fencing services anymore. anyone know of anyone who does in ohio? my child like to run off any chance he gets we cant even go outside
I live in ohio. My son has the waiver. I get a lot of things for my son thru them. If your child has the waiver talk to the SSA about organizations that could help. I have used organizations for help… read more
Hi my son is 7 years old and has been in ABA program for 4 years. He just started his 2nd grade and is now in LLD program. My wife and I feel that my son needs to be integrated/shouldve been more integrated into gen ed class more to be able to have him learn with his peers.. so that he doesnt fall too behind and later have mental emotional issue when he starts to realize that he cannot do what other peers do in their classroom or also in non classroom setting
Schools seems to be not setting… read more
My son goes to a ABA therapy center all day instead of the public school. They have worked wonders with my son and he loves going.
Hi! My daughter is almost 4 (diagnosed with Lvl3 autism at age 2. She,at the moment, will only drink chocolate pediasure and whole milk (with
chocolate 😒 ) her father and I have tried everything to get her to eat food, but she will not. (Mind you- she did used to eat but very slowly stopped and preferred liquid only, so I really don’t think it could be a jaw issue or anything like that?)We’ll make her a plate and it’ll go untouched each and every time, sometimes she’ll play with the food/throw… read more
My son is 11 years old and non-verbal and keeps holding up his hands to his ears randomly, he’s not sick or anything
but he’s been really sensitive…He’s on Kepra and has also been very moody.
My son has ruined two pair of glasses now chewing on the frame.
He is in 7th grade and he has a "chewy" at home but we decide to not give him one in school because of the teasing that happened before.
Any ideas how to get him to stop chewing them?
There is chewlery on amazon. Necklaces for chewing for boys. There are rubber lego shaped ones and ones that look like military dog tags etc. your kid could wear if tolerates and chew on in class… read more