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5 Sensory-Friendly Activities to Enjoy This Spring

Spring has arrived which means it is time to head outdoors for some much needed fun! We have created a list of five different outdoor Spring activities you can do with your child. Enjoy! Sidewalk Chalk Sidewalk chalk is a staple for any spring day! This experience...

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Enjoying a Socially-Distanced and Sensory-Friendly Holiday Season

This year has changed many plans for people all across the world, and sadly holiday festivities will be included. Below is a list of sensory-friendly holiday activities you and your family can all enjoy while staying safe and socially distanced. Go to see Christmas lights This fun...

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Sensory-Friendly Christmas Gifts For Children With Autism

The winter season can be an exciting time for many children. Many get to play in the snow and see Christmas lights strung on houses and visit Santa Claus to whisper their secret wishes for Christmas Day. If your child has autism, these activities may...

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Thanksgiving With Your Child On The Autism Spectrum

Thanksgiving is an exciting holiday for many people. Going to a relative’s house, eating delicious food, and spending quality time with loved ones are a few of the many reasons people enjoy Thanksgiving. For individuals on the autism spectrum, Thanksgiving can bring up opposite feelings....

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Sensory-Friendly Halloween Tips For Children Diagnosed With Autism

Halloween is an exciting time for many children but for those diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), Halloween can create challenges or apprehension. Making a family plan ahead of time can relieve some stress for you and your child. To help you navigate the Halloween...

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Autism Friendly Fall Activities To Do At Home

Although many fall plans have changed this year due to the pandemic, we wanted to provide you with a few fun sensory-friendly activities your child can enjoy from home. Have fun! 1. Paint and decorate pumpkins Pumpkins are a major symbol of fall and carving them...

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