How to prevent your neurodivergent child’s social skills regression this summer.

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For many parents of autistic children, life since March has been stressful, to say the least.

Lilian Burns shares a heart-wrenching perspective of what the past few months have been like for her and her preschool-aged son, Tripp, who is on the autism spectrum.




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