Just think about it, when your walking through the grocery store, and you see a child throwing the massive tantrum down the aisle, enough to make you turn around a go down another. Or your at the restaurant and their is a child crying at the table and throwing their plate. Or even at school. Everyone is staring and the mother or father apologizes and says those famous words, “We’re sorry, he/she has autism”
Understanding first impressions can really effect day-to-day life in a household. With a child like Carter, you never know how long he will hold on to something, especially something bad! Read more now!
Everyone wants to go to the beach, but when you have a child with autism, this may be challenging. No fear, we have some answers here. Autism and the Beach
Autism and Being Outside
How can you make it fun for your child outside while staying safe. What tips do you have?