Every year I look forward to the Christmas Season. The decorations, good food and time with family and friends! What’s not to love? The holidays are wonderful, but they can also be hectic and stressful even for families who do not have a child on the spectrum. To help you survive, I’ve included TACA’s best holiday tips below!
|Twelve tips for a happy holiday while living with autism. (Click here)
Looking for tips on surviving the holidays?(Click here)
Read one mom’s view on living a low-stress holiday.(Click here)
Would you like new recipes to keep the holidays healthy?(Click here)
Do you have other thoughts or suggestions that we can share? Send us your holiday advice.(Click here)
In this season of giving, please do not forget to give to the organization that has been there for you.
Your gift of $25, $50, $100 or more will make all the difference… to our families, coordinators, volunteers and staff – to everyone who works to serve you.
Please consider making a gift today and help ensure that TACA will be there for all families living with autism.
Wishing you a holiday filled with joy and love,
Thank you Lisa for all the resources and supports you provide for all of us year round.
From our house to yours may your holiday season be filled with peace, love, joy & harmony and may 2014 be the year autism declines in numbers.
Danni & Kyle
Lisa, thank you for all the resources and supports you offer us year round. I wish you & your family peace, joy, love & harmony through out this holiday season and hopefully 2014 is the year autism cases decline!
Danni & Kyle
Holidays is a time for family gatherings, time of peace and love, and showing compassion to others. But this can also be incredibly stressful for parents and families of children with autism. However, with some good planning, this will likely never be stress-free, but they can be more manageable.