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9 Tips for Surviving Holiday Gatherings with a Child with Autism

9 Tips for Surviving Holiday Gatherings with a Child with Autism

Let’s face it, the holidays can get pretty crazy. You eat things that you normally don’t eat and see people that you don’t regularly see. You’re in a new environment surrounded by things that you aren’t familiar with. Add in a child on the autism spectrum and you’re looking at a potentially very bumpy road. Here some tips to help you survive those large family gatherings that occur around the holidays.

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“Have Love, Will Travel” – 9 Traveling Tips for Autism

“Have Love, Will Travel” – 9 Traveling Tips for Autism

We may do different things to celebrate the multitude of holidays in December with our families, but we all tend have one thing in common — typically we have to travel some amount of distance to get to them! Any amount of travel can be challenging, but if you have a child with autism it can be even more daunting. Whether you are traveling by plane, train, or automobile, here are some tips to make your trip go a little smoother!

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Halloween Tips: Part 2

Halloween Tips: Part 2 Hello again! Hope you all enjoyed last week’s Halloween Tips: Part 1! Here are a a few more tips to help your whole family enjoy Halloween! Tip #4: Carve a Pumpkin Cut open the top and dig in! The inside “brains” of the pumpkin are the ultimate sensory... Read More

Halloween Tips: Part 1

Halloween Tips: Part 1 Halloween is all around us. The air has an autumn crisp to it at night, pumpkins are making their way to more and more porch steps and the amount of fall decor available in every store makes it tempting to start stocking up on candy immediately, even knowing your... Read More
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