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  • Understanding the Different Types of Stimming

    types of stimmingWhat is Stimming?

    Also known as self-stimulatory behavior, different types of stimming are a common occurrence in people with autism and sensory processing difficulties. It can be used to describe repetitive movements such as rocking, jumping or flicking fingers.

    Each individual is different, however stimming usually occurs due to a lack or overload of sensory information from the environment. Keep reading for more information on autism and sensory processing.


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