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Trust me I like the idea of duct taping him to the wall............

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You have a problem greater than just the mouse pad. You need to teach your son some values and that there will be consequences when he takes things that are not his. When he takes something from you, take something from him, be it a favorite toy, TV privileges, etc.

For any normal child this would work. But my son is 4 years old and has Autism so things like taking stuff away from him doesn't work well. He has delayed speech and doesn't grasp concepts of if I take this or do this, they will take something away from me or I could get hurt.

I will have to test some things out. But thank you for some ideas
post #12 of 15
does he have his own mouse pad?
i have a friend thats autistic and has a thing with textures and shapes.

heres another idea, not sure if you're a crafty/builder type of guy (i am), why not trace out your mouse pad, then router out the wood, then take an adhesive glue and drop it in the routed out area.
then theres no way to grab it.

the only issue with this would be that you couldnt remove it easy to clean or replace.
i'm sure you could get a little more creative and make a border around it that will lock it into place.
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This is a tough one. Depending on the type of desk you have, you could look into seating the mouse pad into the desk. I've seen it with a couple of custom wood desks. The builder routed the top of the desk so the mouse pad fit down in to the desk creating a perfectly flat desk/mouse pad surface. It was really brilliant.
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This is a tough one. Depending on the type of desk you have, you could look into seating the mouse pad into the desk. I've seen it with a couple of custom wood desks. The builder routed the top of the desk so the mouse pad fit down in to the desk creating a perfectly flat desk/mouse pad surface. It was really brilliant.

lol great minds. we must have posted at almost the same time
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lol great minds. we must have posted at almost the same time

Ha! That's awesome.
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