Christmas can be extremely stressful. There is such a big expectation for it to be a special, celebratory day but often the build up is so intense that by Christmas day, we are completely burnt out. It is important to look after yourself as well as spending time with family and friends. Don't be afraid … Continue reading Coping with Christmas (with a printable schedule template)
Christmas is one of the ultimate events in the autism calendar. High emotions, exciting presents (and maybe some slightly disappointing ones), social expectations, immense sensory input and maybe even travelling. In this article you will find a guide on how to get your child through the Christmas period with as many good memories as possible. … Continue reading Preparing Your Child for Christmas (with a printable schedule template)
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