It’s important to deal with troubling issues as early as possible, and if these issues involve brain development (or lack thereof), it is even more vital to address it ASAP. Enter Repeat by Jesse Resnick, a tool for autistic children.
Designed for mid-to-high functioning autistic children, according to Designboom.com, Repeat by Jesse Resnick "targets one of the most prevalent issues in the autistic community - repetitive behaviours." Providing a "less distracting, less harmful alternative" to such common behaviors as "head banging, arm flapping, rocking, and/or squeezing," it may significantly help children overcome them. I wonder if Jenny McCarthy will endorse this product.
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