My daughter (who is autistic) is almost three, and lately she has been spending long periods of time in her bedroom away from the rest of the family (40 min. - 2 hrs. if she can). She was doing this earlier this year, and then stopped for a long time. Now it has started again. I have a feeling that she saw something on TV that either scared her or bothered her in some way. I don't know what it could have been. It seems like she is reluctant to come out even when the TV is off, or when her favorite show is on. She does have lots of toys and books in her room, but still she should not be spending long periods of time alone in there. Does anyone have any ideas on how I could help her break this habit, and encourage her to come out? Does anyone else have Autistic children who do this?
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