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Asked 7th Jan, 2022

On Autism Climbing and Jumping?

I have come across some blog article saying that trampolining can help with proprioceptive input for autistic children who are ever jumping up and down or climbing. The blog post is here: https://themonterabbi.com/benefits-of-trampoline-for-adhd-and-autistic-kids/
I do not know whether someone has done any research on the same to verify the claims.

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9th Jan, 2022
Dhurgham A Abdulwahid
IRAQI ASSOCIATION FOR MEDICAL RESEARCH AND STUDIES IAMRS
Interesting
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9th Jan, 2022
Dhurgham A Abdulwahid
IRAQI ASSOCIATION FOR MEDICAL RESEARCH AND STUDIES IAMRS
Interesting
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14th Jan, 2022
Amir Beltagi
Cairo University
@Eglal Ali
18th Jan, 2022
Sandeep Khanna
Latika Roy Memorial Foundation
Trampoline is good for providing proprioceptive and vestibular inputs for all (Not just children with Autism). Trampoline will be good to provide sensory diet for children craving for such experiences and thereby channelizing better, post the experience.

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