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Terrific Tips for Surviving Theme Parks When a Child Has Special Needs

Terrific Tips for Surviving Theme Parks When a Child Has Special Needs https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/tips-parks-child-special-needs/

Ah, theme parks! Whether it’s Disney World, Universal Studios, or some manifestation of National Lampoon’s Walley World, theme parks are a family vacation hot-spot. But when your child has special needs the crowds, noise, and lines may make this kind of destination seem off limits. Growing up with a younger sister who has severe autism, […]

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Making the Most of Spring Break With Autism

Making the Most of Spring Break With Autism https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/making-spring-break-with-autism/

As the end of winter inches closer, just about everyone starts counting down the days until spring break, kids and parents alike. And while there’s excitement about the vacation from school, there are also some very valid reasons why parents of kids on the autism spectrum or with various sensory issues may also have some […]

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Warm Weather Safety

Warm Weather Safety

Warm Weather Safety By Megan Kelly Summer time is in full swing, and the warm weather is here. Fun in the sun, picnics, swimming, and outdoor play are all enjoyable ways for children to spend the summer season, but safety should always be kept in mind. Since children spend much more time outdoors during the […]

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Issue 8 – Autism and the Vacation Season

Featuring: Vacation -The Big Green Monster  by Jamie Thomas The 6 Weeks Holiday by B’s Dad Disney on the Spectrum by Katherine Resch Interview with Janet Grillo writer and director of Fly Away the movie by Leslie A. Burby Autism in the News: Carly by Mark Blakey Not-So-Accommodating Accommodations by Jeannie Davide-Rivera Books in the Spotlight: Starbrite Traveler by Jesemine Jones and […]

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