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I am Dr.
-- -- -- watching fox extra play is a very important aspect when it comes to learning and development.
And for the millions of children with autism and other developmental disabilities.
The toys and products -- use could be doing a lot more for -- than you think.
Joining me now is of evil wise and occupational therapist and founder and president of fun and function.
Welcome thank you I love occupational therapist -- as you know I have an autistic child and I.
Always thought that he'll occupational therapy you know which is very important part of of teaching them how to again develop motor skills of any.
What are we stand in in in research -- -- when it comes to autism and developmental disabilities especially in the cockpit of areas.
What is coming out of your specialty that parachute now.
So we're studying.
-- sensory processing and how kids process basically sensory information and how that -- Their behavior how that affects their mood.
And a lot of children with autism have sensory processing disorder so we are studying that and trying to.
Make sure that our treatment targets there needs tonight.
And that our treatment is evidence the east and that it's I'm really helping them succeed and focus and drive.
-- -- because a lot of kids with autism of course the way they look at patterns they -- they look at colors.
The way they look at picture is very unique and you -- slowly and have to give them something that they feel comfortable with.
-- utilize that as a way to transition to more classical stuff so let's go over some of the things that you have developed tell me about.
You have a game -- guess.
How I feel I guess that's a very good way of making them express themselves.
Yeah a lot of kids with autism have a very hard time expressing themselves and they -- have a hard time.
Expressions and others so this is a game.
That helps children learned to recognize the components.
Of an expression whether it be what -- your eyes do when you're angry.
What would you what is your mouth look like when you're sad.
And also recognize that in other children and that is key to helping them improve in the skills.
All right tell me about you have some clothing looks very psychedelic.
Love that hasn't yet -- -- itself.
Who come He lived -- the best so.
We eat -- I use a lot of -- garments for children.
With special needs with autism and sensory processing disorder.
And the weight really helps them and focus it it almost feels like a -- -- And and it's just very suiting for children so that -- when you would do the -- inside the incumbent.
And kind of bundles -- a little bit closer in the endless -- more secure they feel secure yet.
And these we design bass to really look great because to to look great and feel great night.
And this is the week the weeks go inside the -- and they the barrier against in Sweden yes size and yes.
Couple cool T shirts against yet seen -- Concept and the T shirts that says -- really this is the -- to be very tight.
It is like the deep -- the -- -- kind of feel.
Where it helps children feel secure so we took that and ET -- -- -- light and cool.
And it's very very soft as well.
Thank you so much for coming to the program and and giving very valuable information which is very needed for parents out there.
For more information on toys and children with special needs log -- -- and function dot com that said for fox next round got to many thanks for watch.
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