i had no idea until yesterday exactly what that means AND that the school is suppose to evaluate and provide Adam with whatever he needs to get sensory needs met, instead of having him use free time as "stim as hard and fast as you can" time! ok, anyone want to give me anything they know about this? i have no clue where to start. i know he will need eval, but what are some thing i can use for now to help little guy out, we do have pool, trampoline and swing outside, but what about for inside? wht are good sensory diet things that can be easily, inexpensively made and used to help him slow down on the stimming and how can I figure out by watching him what the sensory issue is? for example, one stim is hard, he flicks finger across face and taps it on a toy he will hold in other hand as hard and fast as he can while jumping on one foot, and another is he is ALWAYS tapping a toy, holds it in one hand and taps it hard and fast with the other hands fingers, his fingers must be tough as nails by now!
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