My 5 year old little girl ( who has PDD) recently started blinking her right eye. But it is becoming more and more frequent and now she is moving the side of her mouth at the same time. Our GP has told us all is well and there is not a medical reason for her doing this and to ignore it but it appears to be getting more frequent. She doesn't appear to be aware that she is doing it. Any suggestions on what to do? She already has a hard enough time making and keeping friends as it is without them making fun of her for this.
Hi i have a 9 yearlod with Autism he does this with both eyes to be honest i just let him get on with it.Its all part of ASD and probley will stop again the more you tell them to stop the worse it can get so just wait and see how it goes.
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