Hopebridge Shares 2021 Guide to Make the Holiday Season Merrier for Children with Autism

GlobeNewswire Indianapolis, Dec. 01, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Family, friends and other members of the community can make the holidays merrier for their loved ones with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) this year, as Hopebridge Autism Therapy Centers shares its 2021 Autism-Friendly Holiday Guide . Though many children love the sights and sounds of the holiday season, some children with autism, sensory processing disorders or other developmental delays can find it overwhelming. Traveling, visitors, new décor and a “stranger” in a red suit can add additional stressors for those who have a tough time with sensory overload, changes in routine or social challenges. In an effort to make this time of year easier and entertaining for them and those close to them, Hopebridge team members developed easy-to-use resources for those looking to spread a little extra holiday cheer to the autism community. “Our Hopebridge Heroes swapped their superhero capes for elf hats this season to come up with the best tips for families and friends to give their children a holiday to remember for all the right reasons,” said Hopebridge Founder and Chief Clinical Officer Kim Strunk. “There is more than one way to celebrate the holidays, and we aim […]

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