For children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), head banging is a common way to self-soothe and communicate needs. Both neurotypical and autistic babies and toddlers seek to recreate the rhythm that stimulated their vestibular system while in utero.

The infographic dives into the topic of autism, head banging and other self harming behaviour. Read what triggers head banging and how dangerous could be. The infographic benefits providing information how to protect your children from self-harming.



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