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This is a really interesting article. What it basically says is activities that stimulate the vestibular system (inner ear) such as swinging or bouncing increased children with autism's ability to maintain eye contact. Horse riding also of course stimulates the vestibular system. Going to look more into it. I read somewhere else that the right combination of vestibular stimulation and deep pressure keeps children more calm, organized and focused...