The holiday season is a whirlwind of lights, sounds, and social gatherings. While it’s a time of joy for many, for Autistic kids, the holidays can be a sensory and social labyrinth. Let’s explore why this season can be challenging and how we can make it more inclusive and enjoyable for our neurodiverse loved ones.
How to have a sensory safe Thanksgiving this year and every year!
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If you’re a parent or caregiver seeking fun activities for Autistic teens and their family can relish, look no further! Here’s a curated list of activities that balance sensory stimulation, creativity, and family bonding:
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Finding enjoyable activities that are inclusive and accommodating can be difficult.
Learn how to handle disappointment with these 6 tips for parents whose disabled kid is never invited to parties.
Here are a few basic strategies for managing overstimulation at events to ensure everyone can participate and enjoy the experience.
Using Autistic with a capital “A” is a way to show respect for Autistic individuals and celebrate their unique strengths and perspectives.
Blind kids can enjoy art in several ways without relying on sight. Here are some ways to make art accessible to blind children: