I know we discussed this once before, but then my son did not do this. He will push on me real hard with his chin. Today I got picked up for services and we talked about this behavior. This woman over the years has seen a lot of this before and asked if my sons OT did any like mouth chin stimulation. I was like no, and never even thought of it. I guess because our jaw is were a lot of sensations are directly associated with the part of our brain that deals with all our sensory input is why they seek this pressure. I just had no idea you could reduce this behavior or help those who seek this with pressure from your hands. Just thought I would share what I learned today.
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