Autism Sign #2: Sorting Items
Although an inclination to arrange items in order could just mean that a person is neat, it could also be an indicator of autism. People with autism might feel quite uncomfortable with something that doesn’t appear to be in order and feel an urge to correct it. This could mean arranging items in terms of size, colour, shape or any other metric.
It’s not necessarily something that tends to affect people with autism in an obsessive manner, but rather a matter of personal preference. It is something that can be quite noticeable in young children as they play with their toys. If speaking with a specialist, let them know and it could help them come to an accurate diagnosis.