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Five Tips to Help Make Summer Trips Exciting With Special Needs

Five Tips to Help Make Summer Trips Exciting With Special Needs https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/tips-to-make-summer-exciting/

Splash Pads, Amusement Parks, Family Vacations For many families, summertime can be a source of family bonding, excitement, and fun. However, summer activities can quickly turn hectic. Many children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) crave stability. Meltdowns may seem inevitable whenever a child is thrown off a routine without warning. As a parent, it can […]

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Teaching a Child with Autism to Swim Can Save a Life

Swimming offers numerous rewards—whether you’re a child enjoying the summer, an adult wanting to blow off steam after a long day at work, or someone trying to get some low-impact exercise. When it comes to autistic children being near the pool, however, many parents are hesitant to include them, as they are concerned about safety. […]

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Easy Ways to Make This Your Best Summer  

Easy Ways to Make This Your Best Summer https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/make-your-best-summer

Summertime is that time of year where families everywhere start planning their relaxation time, vacations, neighborhood block parties, BBQs, and globs of water activities. The air is thick with suntan lotion, bug repellent, humidity, summer blooms, and loud music.  For families living with a child with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), however, the thought of summer can also create anxiety and dread.  As autism parents know, summer may […]

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