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POLL: Do sensory things / toys help you?

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LadyStone aka Caragh
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POLL: Do sensory things / toys help you?

Post by LadyStone aka Caragh » Tue 11 Sep , 2018 2:23 pm

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AlexRowley
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Re: POLL: Do sensory things / toys help you?

Post by AlexRowley » Thu 20 Sep , 2018 3:16 pm

It kinda depends on how you classify it. I have some sensory objects at home, but I don't really use them. But the other things I do are arguably a sensory comfort for me, like walking around in circles.
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Re: POLL: Do sensory things / toys help you?

Post by LadyStone aka Caragh » Fri 21 Sep , 2018 4:19 pm

AlexRowley wrote:
Thu 20 Sep , 2018 3:16 pm
It kinda depends on how you classify it. I have some sensory objects at home, but I don't really use them. But the other things I do are arguably a sensory comfort for me, like walking around in circles.
Yeah like walking to and fro
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Re: POLL: Do sensory things / toys help you?

Post by AlexRowley » Tue 25 Sep , 2018 9:50 am

LadyStone aka Caragh wrote:
Fri 21 Sep , 2018 4:19 pm
AlexRowley wrote:
Thu 20 Sep , 2018 3:16 pm
It kinda depends on how you classify it. I have some sensory objects at home, but I don't really use them. But the other things I do are arguably a sensory comfort for me, like walking around in circles.
Yeah like walking to and fro
Exactly, I especially do it when I'm on the phone. My parents and my colleagues complain that I make them feel seasick with how much I do that xD
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Re: POLL: Do sensory things / toys help you?

Post by Aimee » Fri 12 Oct , 2018 11:18 am

A toy that I can fiddle with helps me :D

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