Autism & Holidays
Does your child feel overwhelmed during holidays? Do you get anxious thinking about an upcoming travel? Here are some tips for you and your family when celebrating special occasions with children on the autism spectrum.
How to Encourage the Spirit of Giving in Children with Autism
Children with autism may struggle when it comes to being considerate and sharing. In this article, we've compiled tips and strategies to help you encourage these skills in your child.
5 Tips for Celebrating Thanksgiving as a Family with a Child with Autism
Thanksgiving can be a great time to gather with family and share a meal, however, it can also shake up routines and bring stress to your child with autism. In this blog, we discuss how to prepare and manage holiday stress.
Effective Safety Tips for Halloween for Kids with Autism
Halloween can be a fun time for kids with autism but it can also bring stressful and dangerous situations. We've compiled tips to help your and your child have a safe and enjoyable Halloween.
Fun Fall Activities for Kids with Autism
Fall can be a fun time of year full of many seasonal activities. In this blog, we discuss fun activities you can try with your child with autism.
Helping People with Autism Stay Safe & Enjoy Outdoor Events
Now that it's summertime, there are a lot of outdoor activities that can be fun and enjoyable, but summer can also disrupt routines and present safety concerns. We've made a list of fun activities for you and your child with safety in mind. Click to read more.
Summer Activities that Support Development and Well-Being of Children with Autism
With the summer months approaching, it can be an exciting time for the family. However, it can also be a transitional time for kids with autism. In this blog, we're providing fun, well-rounded activities for the whole family.
Autism Sensory Overload During Holidays: How Can You Prevent It?
The holidays can be stressful for children with autism and their families for a variety of reasons, including sensory overload. Some examples of sensory overload can include new decor and twinkling lights, music, and more. We've compiled some tips and strategies to help you prevent and reduce sensory overload during the holiday season.
5 Tips to Prepare Your Child with Autism to Enjoy the Holiday Season
The holiday season is typically expected to be full of happy and joyful times. However, it can bring many challenges for children with autism as well as for their parents. Keep reading to learn tips and strategies for an enjoyable holiday season.
8 Easy Tips for Children with Autism to Enjoy Halloween
Halloween is a fun time of the year for many families, but this season can also bring about several unpleasant factors for children with autism. Below are some tips to make the most of this Halloween season with your family.