My sister has severe autism and can't talk, so it's always extremely hard to find something that she would like for either Christmas or her birthday. I feel like every year I get her the same kind of things (like dolls, picture books, basic sensory items like fuzzy blankets or sweaters etc.), and I was wondering if anyone could give me any advice on what kind of games or sensory therapy items could help her out some. Thanks.
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