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Mar 27, 2013
Fidget Friendly Finds for Older Kids With Autism and Sensory Challenges
It can be tough to keep your mind on task when your body wants to stay in motion. These gadgets help teens and tweens keep on track.
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Who says fidgeting is bad? For many kids with autism, sensory or listening challenges, fiddling with a toy can help them keep calm, focused and attentive. Koosh balls are cool for wee ones, but how about teens? Find a few fixations in our photo gallery for older kids who can benefit from a bit of positive preoccupation.