One thing that can be difficult to do for a child with Autism is dining out. There are so many factors that can make a simple thing like eating at a restaurant turn into a meltdown. Things like smells, crowds, wait times and limited foods your child will eat on the menu. Over the past few years, I have started to realize what may help my son to have a better experience eating out. I wanted to share some of those tips with you all.
Here are 8 tips of mine to help make dining out with your child a bit more fun and hopefully even meltdown free!
1.) Go to restaurants on slower days and times. For my son, along with many other children with Autism, waiting can be almost painful to them. One thing I learned was to try to eat out on nights that are less crowded…
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