We have been asked to write an article about why many children with autism destroy their room on a daily basis. Some children with autism may have difficulty with sensory processing, which can lead to them seeking out sensory stimulation in their environment.This can manifest in a variety of ways, including messing up their rooms. Some children with autism may find comfort in the physical sensation of touching and manipulating objects, while others may enjoy the visual and tactile stimulation of disorganizing their surroundings.Some children with autism are just the opposite and insist on order and organization. Chef Justin can always tell if I have ever moved anything in his very organized room.¬†Additionally, children with autism may struggle with executive functioning skills, such as organizing and prioritizing tasks, which can make it difficult for them to maintain a tidy space. It’s important to note that every child with autism is unique and may have different reasons for their behaviors. It’s important for parents and caregivers to understand and support the individual needs of each child with autism, including their sensory preferences and challenges with executive functioning.¬†Providing a safe and structured environment, with clear routines and expectations, can help children with autism feel more comfortable and secure in their surroundings. Additionally, encouraging positive coping strategies and providing opportunities for sensory input through appropriate activities can help reduce the need for destructive behaviors. I hope this information is helpful. Let me know if you have any other questions. Thank you for your messages and questions