Autism Corner: 7 Ways to Help Children with Autism Participate in Giving Thanks
[Source: Autism Classroom Resources]
In this busy time of year, it becomes particularly important to stop and take stock of what we have been given and to give thanks. In the hustle and bustle of the holiday season, sometimes it’s difficult to help our students or children to be able to participate in a way that allows them to give thanks. We all have things to be thankful for and the opportunity to say thank you should never be passed up. So, I thought I would share some thoughts about how to help children with autism to participate in giving thanks this Thanksgiving.
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