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... waving, and occasionally visual stimming in particular. ... (3 replies)
... Hi- I was looking over the list of meds and wonder what you have decided to do. Also to say that actually some of these might be very worthwhile to at least give a 3 week trial to as they may have benefits. Just my opinion, but I think it would be worthwhile to try to caesin free diet, the calcium, the buffered vit C, the Nystatin, the Cod liver oil (if you have a brand that... (6 replies)
... I recently met a DAN pediatrician for my 2.5 year old with speech delay and lots of visual stimming. Dr. recommends the below and I persoanlly think this is a lot and may have side effects. Please share your opinions. ... (6 replies)

... I would use distraction , to reduce his visual stemming. Get him interested in a different activity. Call out his name, until you can get him to look at you. Then give him a toy to play with. ... (9 replies)
... Thanks again. What is a good way to reduce visual stimming? ... (9 replies)
... Should I try to stop his visual stimming of walking along the edges with eyes rolled to the side? ... (9 replies)
... and visual training. I have not looked thoroughly into this info yet, but I will now because my son's visual stimming has recently gotten worse. ... (10 replies)
... He is making such great progress in other areas, but his visual problems are very distracting and hinder him from learning at times. He has had a comprehensive eye exam and there is nothing physically wrong with his eyes. ... (10 replies)
Blurred vision
Aug 4, 2006
... Have any of you noticed you kids complaining of blurred vision or rubbing their eyes. My son is 14, used to do alot of visual stimming when he was alot younger. Outgrew that, but a couple times a week or so he will complain of one eye being blurry. ... (5 replies)
... My son had a thing where he would run up and down the hall only to see his shadow out of the corner of his eye. We thought it was some kind of visual stimming. That was when he was younger. He is ASD and 6yrs also. About a year ago he became obsessive about drawing. ... (8 replies)
... brought the biggest changes in him. He used to have diarhhea all the time and do a lot of visual stimming with wheels and doors, etc. That's all gone now. ... (39 replies)
... Sounds like visual stims... ... (12 replies)
... It is not true at all that Asperger's individuals have good fine motor skills. In fact, clumsiness and poor motor skills are a hallmark of AS, so much so that Hans Asperger himself often commented on it. Stimming, like rocking and hand flapping, is indeed more common in Asperger's and other Autism Spectrum Disorders. The tricky thing about distinguishing between NLD and... (1 replies)
Apr 29, 2007
... My son is very affected by visual stimuli. He was over the top when looking at the busy patterned carpets. His responsiveness was diminished this week. ... (6 replies)
... waving or moving fingers in front of face so as to interfer with light... etc... stimming fills a sensory need or overload basically. ... (9 replies)

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