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Maybe long term i could set up a section on the site for toy swaps?
So you could list anything you have and want to swap or even sell?

Maybe an idea?Huh
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Some excellent christmas gifts for children with autism could include:
  • Trampolines which would help with Balance and co-ordination
  • Also a great thing called a sensatrack
  • Somebody i knew also suggested a knockdown pop up punchbag again to help with balance and co-ordination
  • Of course the puffer balls a few members have mentioned
  • Puzzles and beads to help fine motor skills

Not forgetting Bubble machines
Also i saw a thing called a rock around which is shaped like a large saucer,picture a very large ball cut in half which children can sit in and rock around and roll around looks like great fun.
In fact here is a picture:


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The other problem I remembered about Christmas is the moving things round! The night before Christmas my husband decided that he would "tidy" some of the toys to make room for the new presents - BIG MISTAKE! I'm now thinking how I can sneakily manouevre a few things a few months in advance!
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i once got 'caught' throwing away some broken toys and my son went mad and said 'i wasnt his best friend', he emptied the whole bag out and stamped his feet. need to cull the broken toys when hes at school
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I remember when i was a kid being asleep and waking to find my dad in my christmas stocking and i said he was stealing my presents and started crying for hours,ended up opening christmas presents at about 1amBig GrinBlush
Now i think about it he was just putting the toys in it..........
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