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|Tue, 07-28-2009 - 9:55am|
May I join you? My son, JB, is 2.5 years old and is a sensory child. He is a tactile avoider. He has made a number of improvements since diagnosis, so we are pleased with how things are going overall.
I am seeing some new behaviors of late and wanted to ask for ideas on what worked for you. We have created a home environment in which he excels. His senses are going through a number of developments this year, so some times are a bit rougher than others. Lately, he has decided he does not want to leave the house. He does not want to go play with other children, he does not want to go for walks, he does not want to go to the park, etc. I am concerned about the isolation. I like that he is so comfortable at home, but he can't spend his life inside the house. Is this a stage? Any suggestions or ideas you would like to share?