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Top 10 Gifts for Autistic Children

Top 10 Gifts for Autistic Children

The holidays are almost here and most of our employees have children with autism and special needs. As a company whose mission is to keep children with autism safe and happy, we compiled a list of the best gifts for autistic children. These are AngelSense mom-approved and of course, includes our AngelSense GPS Tracker for

Autism Panic Attack, Meltdowns, & Anxiety

Autism Panic Attacks, Meltdowns, & Anxiety

Children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) can struggle greatly with figuring out how to operate in the world around them. Depending on each and every individual case, parents, teachers, professionals, and other relevant caregivers face challenges about how to best go about meeting these kids’ needs. Those challenges are further escalated by the combined presence

Homeschooling a Child with Autism or Special Needs

Homeschooling a Child with Autism or Special Needs

Guest Blog Post From Wonderschool There are currently around 7 million children with special needs in the US (Factank 2020), and the transition to online learning due to coronavirus has been particularly challenging for them and their parents. Children with special needs are having to face unexpected changes to their pre-pandemic daily living routines, sometimes

AngelSense Lifesaving Features: Safeguard GPS

Researching which GPS monitoring system and service is best for your needs can be quite confusing. There are several different options and comparing services can be daunting, especially if you aren’t an expert on GPS monitoring technology and the features available. When looking to protect your laptop, find your keys, or even keep track of

AngelSense GPS: From Fear to Freedom

AngelSense GPS: From Fear to Freedom

Since getting AngelSense I can allow my special needs daughter to play with the neighbor kids without hovering over her. She now has the freedom to play between 3 neighbors’ houses. I know where she is the entire time, and I can track her as they walk and play outside. I am able to listen

5 Things You Can Do to Improve Your Child with Autism’s Concentration

A child with autism struggling to concentrate

Have you ever stopped to consider how your child experiences the world? For children with autism it’s almost as if everything is filtered through a unique lens which heightens even the faintest sounds, smells and tastes. This inundates an autistic child with so much excess data to process and make sense of that they’re often

Four Best Back to School Routines Using an Autism Visual Schedule

Four best back to school routines using an autism visual schedule

Congratulations! You’ve made it through the height of the pandemic as well as homeschooling. It’s now time to prepare your child to go back into the classroom and resume regularly scheduled programming. When it comes to raising a child with autism and parenting children with special needs, having a solid routine and autism schedule rooted

Autism Schools in the USA

Best Autism Schools

AngelSense is committed to helping parents protect their children with autism and special needs and provide resources and useful information. We know firsthand that putting your autistic child into school for the first time, ever, or transitioning to a new class or facility is an enormous task that requires months or even years of planning.

Autism Awareness Day & Acceptance Month 2021 (aka Autism Awareness Month)

Every April we celebrate Autism Awareness Month, with World Autism Awareness Day sanctioned by the UN to be on April 2 every year. This year in particular there is a push to change the name to Autism Acceptance Month. The new name and designation of April to officially be recognized have been submitted to the

12 Things To Know About Dating & Autism

12 Tips for Dating With Autism

While autistic children are the majority recipients of special attention and early intervention programs, adults and teens can be overlooked—especially when it comes to developing and exploring romantic relationships. Just like “neuro-typical” adults, people on the spectrum also deal with the ups and downs of finding and keeping romantic partners and intimate relationships. Depending on

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