Autism Video: Lesson 8 – Moving from Self-Stimulatory Behavior to Appropriate Play
Some stimulatory can be seen in adults such as tapping pen, twirling hair when bored or anxious etc. Children with autism engaging in this behavior when nervous, excited or when they feel under stimulated. Stimulatory behavior can be soothing to a child and the goal is to make it more socially appropriate.
Video Length 25 Minutes 51 Seconds