Cool Christmas gifts for Children with Autism


They say a warm hug is the best gift you can give to a person to express your love and affection. Not so immaterially speaking, everyone loves to get ‘a box of chocolates’ or ‘a long stem rose’ on special occasions such as birthdays, weddings, christenings, and anniversaries. On a more social level, customary exchange of gifts during the Christmas holidays has become an integral part of the American and global culture. Now while you can nonchalantly gift a balance bike or a remote control RC helicopter to your friend’s son, you will think twice before gifting something similar to him if he is autistic. Children with autism, like their regular counter parts, love gifts. However, the gifts they love are not always what they get, for safety reasons.

Child with Autism

Special privileges come with special caution

Jeff Auburn from Paradise, Nevada is father to 7-year-old Ken “King” Auburn who is on…

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