Children with autism prefer repetitive activities that stimulate their senses, such as climbing stairs, watching objects move or playing with rice, according to a recent study in which researchers observed children with autism playing in a museum space designed for those on the autism spectrum. The findings could assist caregivers with finding preferred activities for children with autism who may be nonverbal and need help playing independently, lead author Kathy Ralabate Doody said.

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