Here are some resources and strategies families can use to help keep their children with autism safe during the summer.
The first step of preparing your family for an emergency is having a first aid kit that is ready for anything.
Although baseball and softball aren’t contact sports, injuries during games — and practice — can still happen.
Bike helmets reduce severe head injuries in children by 45% in the event of an unexpected fall or crash.
All summer activities have risk, so you need to think about the potential risks to your family and what you can do to minimize them.