The expectation to react in a certain way to gifts can be very stressful to autistic people and even causes some to prefer not to receive gifts at all. Here are five tips for how to receive gifts while autistic.
No matter which holidays you celebrate around year-end, if you have a gift to give to an autistic person in your life, these are great options to consider.
Here are some tips for keeping the occasion as sensory-friendly as possible, whether you’ve hosted autistic folks before or not.
Teal pumpkins started getting popular in 2014 when nonprofit Food Allergy Research & Education launched a campaign to help kids with food allergies enjoy Halloween […]
Lisa Watson is a Regional Coordinator with AutismBC and a parent of an autistic child. Jake Anthony is an adult on the autism spectrum. Plan […]
Halloween, some adore the holiday, and some loathe it. If you have a child on the autism spectrum, you may either embrace the holiday or […]
Amanda: Creating programs and environments that are free from barriers and proactive in providing supports. Every person is included and their possible needs are considered […]