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Why my son with autism loves unconventional Halloween costumes… 34 year old corrections officer writer speaker mother and autism advocate from muskegon michigan know what youre thinking halloween why would anyone choose halloween all holidays celebrate sons autism what good could possibly come from the added sugar high forced social … that could possibly warrant celebration well when you think that way doesnt thankfully son with autism has taught look halloween through his eyes and want share with you what now see son granderson grandy for short 7 years old and was …
Happy Halloween: Making the holiday fun for everyonehalloween fun night costumes and candy for kids all ages but for those the autism spectrum scary sounds and decorations tight scratchy costumes and going out night can lot handle helping your child know what expect from halloween can help make fun time for everyone help you get halloween off good start use our personalized teaching story all about halloween help your child learn what expect around …
A new perspective on being thankful after raising a child with autism… and the universe undergoes massive shift overnight wake the first november and after reasoning with our children about why halloween candy isnt the menu for breakfast okaymaybe just one piece realize that just quickly weve flipped the page the … season change the arrival november represents the beginning the season being thankful once the clock strikes midnight and halloween but memory everyone seems eager share with the world all the reasons for which they give thanks social media …
Spanish resources help bilingual families in the autism community overcome language barriers … sky the limit and shine like star jair has big goals for his future when old enough wants barista starbucks fact this year halloween holiday never really enjoyed before this goal inspired him proudly wear starbucks barista costume enjoy the night …
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