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Use of replacement tools/activities for oral motor sensory seeking behavior and a well scheduled day that provides continual engagement serve as interventions to decrease licking behaviors.
I am working with a child who has just started licking things: people, walls, toys, etc. Redirection makes him frustrated. How can I help him reduce this behavior?