Autism and Repetitive behaviors

Repetitive behaviours are the characteristic features of ASD. These undesirable or purposeless behaviour are considered as the symptomology of ASD.

There are different types of repetitive behaviours which are seen among children with ASD. They include lining up on toys. Spinning objects, rocking, flapping etc. Repetitive behaviour can also include or involve saying, thinking about and asking about the same thing over and over again

In rare cases, behaviour can be dangerous

automatically when they become more harder and make an interference in daily activities. these behaviours can distort the learning activities and classroom work. They can make a child’s schooling tough.

These behaviours need a concrete intervention before allowing them to spoil the process further .different intervention strategies should be executed to modify the undesirability of behaviour.