Published: November 21, 2011
Author: Craig Kendall, AmericanAutismSociety.org
Parents need to prepare for the holiday season so that their children with autism or Asperger's syndrome can cope. Long trips by car or plane can be especially difficult for a child with autism. But with some planning and by following these simple tips, travel can be fun and rewarding. Prepare your child for the changes that will take place during a holiday when your child's routing and schedule will be in flux. By following this advice, your holidays can go smoothly and be fun for the whole family, especially for your child with autism.