VODcast: Flapping Hands

A young adult friend with autism asked for some ideas to help keep her flapping hands in check. She felt as if her rocking and flapping annoyed classmates and family members since she tended to do both when she was reading or watching television or otherwise focusing intently on something other than her behavior. Check out this Seesmic VODcast for some ideas that have worked for other people over the years – new, less obvious habits to keep hand occupied. If you are receiving this message via podcast or e-mail, just click on our website to view the 3-minute video. http://FAQautism.com

One Response to “VODcast: Flapping Hands”

  1. LOUIS 3 May 2009 at 10:52 pm Permalink

    You made some good points there. I did a search on the topic and found most people will agree with your blog.


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