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Category: Tips for the holidays

No fuss, no cook Paper Mache Paste for the holidays
11/26/201911/26/2019
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No fuss, no cook Paper Mache Paste for the holidays

We realise that the old fashioned (or traditional way) of making paper mache involves a stove and glue and all kinds of skills BUT we also know that Autistic children do not see danger and tend to stick things in their mouths. So we are going to keep our no cook paper mache recipe simple...

Water safety for your autistic child
11/25/201911/25/2019
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Water safety for your autistic child

Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder are more often than not captivated by water and it is not hard to understand why this is.  Playing or being in water is a Sensory heaven for many!  The way the water feels on their bodies, the sound water makes when they splash in it and the visual reflections...

A schedule over the holidays that can work for everybody…
11/20/201911/20/2019
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A schedule over the holidays that can work for everybody…

.. but more importantly a schedule over the holidays that works for your Autistic Child – because let’s face it, “happy autistic child equals happy parents”. There is nothing worse than having a child (any child) that is constantly crying, moaning or screaming and holidays are meant to be a time for rest!   It is...

How to make a DIY Insect (BUG) Hotel… and why would you want to?
11/08/201911/11/2019
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How to make a DIY Insect (BUG) Hotel… and why would you want to?

There are so many activities to do, but building a bug hotel will make you an instant hero – because  autistic children love bugs!  Actually not just bugs – Autistic children have in most cases got an incredible bond with animals.  Maybe it is because our children are acutely sensitive, vibrating with a frequency that...