Review this list of sources sense stimulation. For each, select from the following:
AVOIDS, MIXED, SEEKS, or NEUTRAL.
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Touch: Being touched on some body parts, hugs and cuddles.
Touch: Certain clothing fabrics, seams, tags, waistbands, cuffs, or clothing, shoes, or accessories that are very tight or very loose.
Touch: Grooming activities such as washing , hair brushing or cutting, nail trimming, taking a bath or shower or getting toweled dry.
Touch: Walking barefoot.
Touch: Feeling particular food textures and temperatures inside the mouth—mushy, smooth, crunchy.
Body Sense: Activities such as roughhousing, jumping, banging, pushing, bouncing, climbing, hanging, and other active play.
Body Sense: Fine motor tasks such as writing, drawing, closing buttons and snaps, attaching pop beads and snap-together building toys.
Body Sense: Activities requiring physical strength and force.
Body Sense: Eating crunchy foods (pretzels, dry cereal, etc.), chewy foods (e.g., meat, caramels) or smooth, creamy foods (yogurt, cream cheese, pudding.)
Body Sense: Having eyes closed or covered.
Movement Sense: Riding equipment that moves through space (swings, teetertotter, escalators and elevators)
Movement Sense: Challenges to balance such as skating, bicycle riding, skiing, and balance beams
Movement Sense: Being up high, such as at the top of a slide or mountain overlook
Movement Sense: Less stable ground surfaces such as deep pile carpet, grass, sand, and snow
Movement Sense: Riding in a car or other form of transportation
Auditory/Listening: Hearing loud sounds—car horns, sirens, loud music or TV
Auditory/Listening: Speaking or being spoken to amid other sounds or voices
Auditory/Listening: Back-and-forth, interactive conversations
Auditory/Listening: Unfamiliar sounds, silly voices, foreign language
Auditory/Listening: Singing alone or with others
Vision: Learning to read or reading for more than a few minutes
Vision: Looking at shiny, spinning, or moving objects
Vision: Visually “busy” places such as stores and crowded playgrounds
Vision: Finding objects such as socks in a drawer or a particular book on a shelf
Vision: Action-packed, colorful television, movies or computer/video games
Taste and Smell: Strong odors such as perfume, gasoline, cleaning products
Taste and Smell: Smelling objects that aren’t food such as flowers, plastic items, playdough, or garbage
Taste and Smell: Eating new foods
Taste and Smell: Eating familiar foods
Taste and Smell: Eating strongly flavored foods (very spicy, salty, bitter, sour, or sweet)