Autism and Chewing

Posted on Apr 21, 2016 by Ayush Henry

Children on Autism Spectrum have a common habit of chewing objects. They chew because they like the sensation and stimuli they get from the behaviour. The objects could be cloths, pencils, toys or anything that they can get their hands on easily. This is a form of “Stimming” which is short for self stimulatory behaviour.

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