Oral activities and food for Oral stimulation

by jane hardcastle
(England)

Hello

would you be able to recommend Oral stimulating activities for an adult with ASD and stimulating foods.
Many thanks

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Oct 20, 2013
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Response to oral fixation
by: Anonymous

Gum chewing,perhaps sugar free gum to prevent dental caries/ cavities. Gum chewing has been proven to reduce stress and anxiety during school and hyper-stimulating environments. This can be added to a child's IEP for school.

Sep 24, 2012
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food problem
by: Anonymous

I thank you for your kind reply.

Sep 23, 2012
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RE: ORAL STIMULATION
by: Anonymous

Hello. I am a mother from the Philippines. My two year old son is still on baby foods due to problems in texture. There are no quick rules. All trial and error on what works best. So good luck

Sep 22, 2012
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limited nutrition
by: Anonymous

I agree with this request for information, in my case concerns a child with severe problems, on the taste and feel like the food in chewing the sam. This causes a very limited nutrition. Thank you.

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