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5 Things Parents of Kids With Autism Want You to Know

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I cannot tell you how many times someone has stared either because my daughter was screaming “I want Jesus!” as I denied her wish of obtaining her third nativity set while exiting the HomeGoods store during the holidays or the glances we get when we walk into a restaurant with food in a Ziploc bag to account for her food allergies.

As a mom to a daughter on the autism spectrum, and a community advocate, there are a few ideas that we would love to let the “rest of the world” in on.

It is easy for most families to run errands, go to the store, pop into a restaurant for dinner or sign up for a summer camp.

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