For many parents, finding ways to create safe and engaging activities for their children is a priority, especially as warm weather sets in. For children on the autism spectrum, it’s especially important to make safe spaces that will encourage learning, yet will also help the child feel comfortable.

In spring and summer, there are several ways you can make your backyard a safe haven for your child on the autism spectrum. Plus, several of these activities you and your family can do together outdoors.

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