School Holiday Activities for Children with Aspergers and Autism

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The Parenting Aspergers Community, a website for parents with children who have Aspergers, has released a new resource about school holiday activities to help parents this summer.

A recent survey of the site's members revealed that for so many parents the school summer holidays are a very difficult and worrying time. The change from school routine to home routine, and being at home for weeks on end can be very challenging for most children with Aspergers and their parents to cope with.

"Our members come from all around the globe yet they all face these major concerns when it comes to the school holidays, so I decided to provide a resource to help them" said Dave Angel - the founder of the site.

So the new resource entitled "Surviving The Summer Holidays" has been written by Dave Angel and made available to all members of The Parenting Aspergers Community for download.

It features tips and advice on 30 key questions relating to the summer holiday break. Some of the important topics covered include encouraging activities, holiday routines, siblings issues, problems with other local children, travel and trips away.

The website for the Parenting Aspergers Community can be found at and full details on the "Surviving The Summer Holidays" resource at


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