August is one of those months that brings around remembrance of school years past. August means more than half the year is gone and before long the holidays will be upon us.
If your family is anything like mine, you have already started the back to school hustle. We have cleaned rooms to make space for new books and supplies, scheduled appointments for glasses, haircuts, and immunization shots.
Children and teens with autism going to school often need repetition in their days. Helping to prepare them for school makes for an easier year ahead. Preparing an autistic child for school doesn’t have to be difficult, it can sometimes be fun and give you and your child quality time together.
Inexpensive gifts for kids are often hard to come by. Manufacturers sell a wide variety of toys, books, and games online and in-store. However, when we look for deals, it doesn’t necessarily mean that we are getting a worthy product.
Audiobooks for children allowed me to give my daughter the joys of reading when she was a child. I’ve enjoyed reading ever since I can remember. It opened up many new worlds for me.