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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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Push - Pull Bar For Original Prone Support Walker K0110-G: Push - Pull Bar For Original Prone Support Walker
Saves parents and caregiver's backs!
Horse Head For Original Prone Support Walker K0110-H: Horse Head For Original Prone Support Walker
Add a little fun!
Forearm Support For Original Prone Support Walker K0110-I: Forearm Support For Original Prone Support Walker
Forearm support accessory.
Double Handlebar For Original Prone Support Walker K0110-J: Double Handlebar For Original Prone Support Walker
Double Handlebar Accessory
Tray For Original Prone Support Walker K0110-K: Tray For Original Prone Support Walker
Tray Accessory
Hand Positioning Cone For Original Prone Support Walker K0110-L: Hand Positioning Cone For Original Prone Support Walker
Hand Positioning Accessory
Abductor For Original Prone Support Walker K0110-M: Abductor For Original Prone Support Walker
Abductor Accessory
Abductor Pad For Original Prone Support Walker K0110-N: Abductor Pad For Original Prone Support Walker
Abductor Pad Accessory
Belt - Buckle Cushion For Original Prone Support Walker K0110-O: Belt - Buckle Cushion For Original Prone Support Walker
Cushion for buckle and belt adds comfort
Back Support For Original Prone Support Walker K0110-P: Back Support For Original Prone Support Walker
Extra back support

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Why do they put everything in their mouths?

One of the earliest fine moter skill children develop is the skill of "sensation". Sensation is the skill we use to tell the difference between a quarter and a dime by touch without needing to look at the coins. Cognitively young children have their best sensation descrimination in their mouths. By mouthing objects and then feeling them with their hands, children correlate the sensations from two different sensory input channels. ,This "sensory intgration" helps them to tune up the sensory apparatus in the hands. As the hands become more sensitive, children will need to put things in their mouths less and less. During this oral stage it is important to offer many textured grasp and handle toys. Dragonfly offers a full collection of well designed and easy to handle toys of this type.

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