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"You Don't Have Words to Describe What I Experience" - What Does Autism Feel Like?

The sensory experience of individuals with autism based on first hand accounts. From the Geneva Centre.

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Scooter The German Shephard M1079: Scooter The German Shephard
Scooter's dog-gone cute!
Pudgy Piglet - Universal M1088: Pudgy Piglet - Universal
Snuggly piggy will enchant your switch user
Quack Quack Ducky - Universal M1089: Quack Quack Ducky - Universal
Our Friendly New Quack Ducky Makes a Great Pal
Rikki Rooster M1090: Rikki Rooster
Cock A Doodle Doo!
Skipping Dog M1093: Skipping Dog
Watch him skip!
Musical Top - Universal M1094: Musical Top - Universal
Great for developing visual tracking!
Wooly The Sheep - Universal M1097: Wooly The Sheep - Universal
Accepts 1/8" plugs.
Talking Bubble Busy Box M1098: Talking Bubble Busy Box
Playing with communication!
Dome Alone - Universal M1103: Dome Alone - Universal
Delights even the most profoundly challenged child!
Penguin Roller Coaster - Universal M1104: Penguin Roller Coaster - Universal
Wheeee!

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Playing Choo Choo with Double Decker Dominoes!

If your child with special needs is between the cognitive ages of 18 months and four years, try making "Choo-Choo trains" with the Double Decker Dominoes. Place all dominoes face up near to the child. Start the train with one block, call it the "engine." Match another block to the back pattern of the engine block. Together, you can take turns matching the correct shape to the back of the train. When the train is long enough, let the child push the train off of the table into a basket. A great way to develop sensory processing skills!

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