It’s summer time and that means new routines and less structure for your child with special needs. Summer can be a season of growth and learning for you child if you structure their day in the right way. Outdoor activities, trips and family time can provide some great experiences that your child would never receive in a classroom.
To help you come up with activities we scoured the web and came up with several blog posts that provide summer activities to children with special needs.
Have a summer activity idea? Share it in the comments below.