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Adapting your daily routines to better support your autistic child

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When you first have a child, your life changes immeasurably. Routines that you once had go to pot and you must start everything almost from scratch again.

If you have a child suspected or diagnosed as autistic, things can be even more challenging and cause anxiety, and routines you had built up in the early days may need further adaption to ensure that you offer as much support as possible to your child.

Continue reading for our top tips on how you can do this, making life a little easier for the whole family. (1) Ask for Help It can feel isolating having a child with additional needs, particularly when none of your friendship group really understands the challenges you face daily.

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