Spring break with Brad 2022

Spring break mean sun, warmth, and freedom, but for families of children with autism spectrum Disorder, it could mean unstructured time, regression of skills, and increase in undesirable behaviors.

If you're the parent of a child with autism, you know that the "break" in Spring break can be misleading; it's more like overtime for you.

Children with autism often thrive in structured environments and do best when engaged in their typical routines. Eliminating a highly structured and physically and mentally engaging school day could cause inappropriate behaviors to creep up. Leaving the comfort of home for

a vacation can also bring more stress to your child and to your family.

So for Us our  Spring break this year was not to bad. Brad was so excited to go to the water park resort. He was looking forward to go down the slides so I have him try it so he can tell us what his experience was like ๐Ÿ‘ So I ask Brad after his first slide would you like to go down the water ๐Ÿ’ฆ slide again well I guess it๐Ÿ‘Ž will not be a second time  ☝️ because the water was hitting his face going in his nose ๐Ÿ‘ƒ we all know kids on the spectrum has sensory issues. So for brad he didn’t like ๐Ÿ‘ that but he love the pool ๐ŸŠ‍♀️ where he can control of what ๐Ÿ˜ฎ going in his nose and his face so hear are some of our fun ๐Ÿคฉ spring break