Does your child with autism have issues with sensory input? Perhaps he/she would benefit from sensory-based intervention tools such as sensory toys. Take a look at some of the top sensory toys for autism recommended by many occupational therapists to include fidget spinners, hand toys, chew toys, cubes, and sensory rings for children with autism.
Many children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) will experience problems processing input. Hyper- or hypo-reactivity to sensory input or unusual interest in sensory aspects of the environment are required to be present in an indivudal at the time of diagnosis.
Sensory toys help children with autism focus, calm down in stressful situations, or relax. As a child is able to process a sense better, toys that highlight other senses or a variation of a sensor may be introduced.
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