Holiday crowds, noise, and chaos can be challenging for children with autism, ADHD, and other special needs—here's how to plan the happiest of holidays with your entire family.

By Melissa Morgenlander
December 11, 2017

While most children find the winter holiday season to be exciting and joyful, many special needs kids struggle this time of year. The lights, the sounds, and the crowds can be overwhelming for kids with issues such as autism spectrum disorders, ADHD, and developmental delays. But resourceful special-needs parents have found many ways to control the chaos so they can include their child in family-favorite holiday traditions.

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