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Tips for Childproofing the House for Kids on the Autism Spectrum

Ever-Evolving Childproofing  Every parent understands the fear that comes with keeping their kids safe. Especially inside your own home.

We’ve all heard the horror stories of a dresser or TV falling on a child. We used to keep a small, childproofed area in our living space.

Then we were visiting my wife’s sister’s family, and saw she had her entire first-floor childproofed. I can’t explain the feeling of relief I had in her home, knowing that wherever the kids went they were safe.

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