DS loves jumping and bouncing on anything that is remotely a bit squishy.
He jumps on beds, the settle, cushions, bare floor - anything!
DS jumps when he is happy, if he is distressed, agiated, upset then there is no jumping so the fact that he jumps alot throughout the day is a very good sign.
Im our previous house I bought him a outdoor trampoline which he loved! I found that when he was distressed then bouncing it out on the trampoline would help calm him down, it would sometimes take that edge of his anxiety.
We moved 6 months ago and left the trampoline as it was so battered and not in the best state that I decided we would get a new one.
I applied to a charity that part funds equipment for child with brain related conditions such as autism and ADHD and after alot of to-ing and fro-ing with myself, our GP and DS school teacher providing reports that DS hugely benefits from bouncing (all standard procedure) I recieved a letter from them that we have been partly funded for a brand new shiny outdoor trampoline! Yay!
I can wait to see DS doing his happy jumping on the trampoline as I know hes missed having one.
Tape measure at the ready.......