I forgot to ask about this last night, so I thought I would do it now. I ask this be a use I genuinely want to know.
Gavin came home last night from the graduation party, sorta discombobulated for a really strange reason. He had the hiccups.
When Gavin got into the house, it was like he was being tortured because he was so dramatic in regards to having the hiccups.
It’s tough to tell with him sometimes because I don’t know of how much is actual discomfort and how much is drama.
I suspect that hiccups are quite unpleasant when you have a sensory processing disorder and that’s why Gavin was acting the way he was.
Does anyone else see this kind of reaction to something as seemingly simple as hiccups, when it comes to your kids with Autism.?