How to Avoid Holiday Meltdowns with Special Needs Kids

How to Avoid Holiday Meltdowns with Special Needs Kids

Help your child with sensory issues, ADHD, and asperger syndrome avoid meltdowns during the busy holiday season with these strategies from Brain Balance.

While many children may become a little frantic with the overstimulation of this time of year, children with autism and their families can find the stress and chaos of the holiday season particularly daunting. Bradley Hospital provides some wonderful tips for supporting your child with autism at this time of year.

While many children may become a little frantic with the overstimulation of this time of year, children with autism and their families can find the stress and chaos of the holiday season particularly daunting. Bradley Hospital provides some wonderful tips for supporting your child with autism at this time of year.

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