Practice Helps Kids with Autism have Smooth Flights

Every child with special needs is unique, which means strategies that help one child enjoy a smooth flight might not work for another, said Sofia Rejon, clinical director with TASKids. For example, some kids are disturbed by loud noises, so wearing headphones with music might help. Other kids can’t stand to have their ears covered and need to hear a parent’s voice.
Here are some practices that have proven effective in helping most kids with special needs enjoy a smooth flight:                                                                  Read more.