Summer is a time of outdoor activities, heat, and sunshine. There is great potential for fun, as long as we are careful about our fluid intake.

You might think that it is easy to make sure you drink enough: if you are thirsty, you drink. However, children generally need help to make sure that they stay hydrated when the temperature rises, and children with special needs may require extra help.

Not enough water may lead to discomfort and even serious physical distress.

We are going to share some recommendations in this article about helping children to stay hydrated and why they need your help.

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