I believe being "swaddled" can be very soothing to people with ASD or other sensory issues. So sort of yes to your question?
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14-01-2015 10:29 #12Senior Member
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I have no answer but I love your hubby's.
14-01-2015 17:40 #13
Aside from it helping them feel secure, newborns also have a startle reflex that can wake them up when it happens.
I don't think it's a crazy notion! It'd be worth a try!
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