Aspergers Syndrome and Personal Hygiene A common behaviour characteristic in children with Aspergers Syndrome appears to be a dislike of grooming and personal hygiene habits.
Aspergers children of all ages seem to have difficulty establishing sound hygiene routines in the areas of bat ... View Full Article
Does Your Child Have Tactile Defensiveness Does your child hate to have his feet touched? Do certain fabrics bother him because they are scratchy? Does your child refuse to touch anything sticky, slimy, or dirty with his hands? Does your daughter cringe when you stroke her face?
It could ... View Full Article
Walking with a drooping foot An ODFS is a device supplied by referral and sadly not on the NHS for people who have neurological problems controlling lifting their foot or other parts of their body.
The basic unit is setup so you have a sensor that goes under your heel in y ... View Full Article