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Gift for my autistic 13 year old boy

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mumcop Mon 26-Oct-20 20:55:16

He has sensory issues and Global development delay.
Loves all things police, the bill is a favourite!
Loved eastenders too.
He is hilarious, great sense of humour.
I'm stuck this year!

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BlueistheNewme Mon 26-Oct-20 23:19:02

Hello, how about a blue flashing light for his room?

BlueistheNewme Mon 26-Oct-20 23:23:49

How about this mug?,ss:44&prmd=sinv&prds=num:1,of:1,epd:17934000356544679011,prmr:1,pid:17934000356544679011,cs:1

Or this TV shirt,ss:44&prmd=sinv&prds=epd:908284158229200394,cdl:1,prmr:1,cs:1

Kanaloa Tue 27-Oct-20 01:00:42

Would he be interested in lego, maybe a lego police station for you to build together? Maybe some dvds similar to the bill, there’s hundreds of police procedurals but I can’t think of any off the top of my head!

mumcop Thu 05-Nov-20 20:16:06

These are great. Thank you!

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FauxFox Thu 05-Nov-20 20:18:27

Police costume or helmet?

RaveOnThisCrazyFeeling Thu 05-Nov-20 20:44:56

Start him off on a collection of model or toy police cars from around the world?

UndertheCedartree Thu 05-Nov-20 21:40:17

My ASD 13yo loves a collection! The latest is Pokemon cards - I've then also got Pokemon pjs, socks, t-shirts, plush and calendar!

Aside from that - theraputty for fine motor skills, fidget toys, a weighted blanket.

mumcop Fri 06-Nov-20 19:42:31

Iv gone with a t shirt with The bill on. Great idea!
Also love the ideas of a collection. Police cars from around the world would be great!
Thanks everyone for your ideas x

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Spied Fri 06-Nov-20 19:44:20

EastEnders adult/teen colouring book of the characters and the square!

Chimchar Fri 06-Nov-20 19:46:07

You can print out east Enders colourings from the bbc website!

BlueistheNewme Fri 06-Nov-20 23:05:56

I’m sure he will love it!

RaveOnThisCrazyFeeling Wed 11-Nov-20 02:46:12

Glad you like the idea, OP. It takes some poking around online but if your ds takes to collecting, it might make future gift buying easier. Here are a few leads if you're interested. smile





BatleyTownswomensGuild Wed 11-Nov-20 22:17:15

I appreciate this is for younger kids, but my ASD boy tends to like toys for younger kids.

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