Parenting

When the school year begins, life often starts to feel like it’s shifted into high gear. While there are a lot of exciting things to look forward to as the fall season leads to the holidays, it can also cause significantly higher levels of stress.
With summer weather quickly approaching, kids are making their way from their indoor activities to play out in the yard, or in their nearest swimming pool. Activities involving swimming or playing in the water are especially beneficial for children on the autism spectrum. Here are a few ideas for you to add to your list of ways to cool off and have fun with your child.

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