Visiting Santa Claus and sitting on his lap to disclose a Christmas wishlist has long been a joyous experience for many children across the world. But waiting in line at a noisy mall can be a challenge for many restless children. For children on the autism spectrum, meeting Santa has the potential to be problematic and may cause sensory overload.
For an autistic, getting through the holiday time can be tricky. For me, as an autistic parent with children who had different needs, it was even trickier. But routine and structure can go a long way toward making things easier! They anchor days, which can otherwise be perceived by an autism neurology as totally chaotic and, in turn, lead to being overwhelmed and experiencing meltdowns.
Learn about executive function and how executive function skills contribute to success. Readers will receive specific instructions, templates, and how-to scenarios for the 25 strategies presented in this unique resource.
Push To Open offers a proactive planning guide to help general education teachers understand the most critical characteristics of autism, and plan their classroom environment around sensory, communication, social and instructional issues.
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