Valentine’s Day is 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
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
Yes, AngelSense is allowed in schools nationwide. Thousands of schools across the country have not only welcomed AngelSense but fully embrace its use, especially by special needs students. Many schools have even sponsored and paid for the device as a part of complying with their school safety requirements for special needs. The lifesaving features and
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
Special needs students nationwide will be going back to school and with the changes do to COVID-19 the transition may be especially hard. Many children with special needs have gone without therapy, social interaction with peers, and have had their routine greatly disrupted. When you mix all of this with the fact that the school
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
It’s every parents’ worst nightmare. We send our children off to school trusting that they will be taken care of, looked after, and return home safely. When you have a child with special needs you can’t help but worry about where they are, if they’re safe, what you would do if your child didn’t come
As a parent to a child with autism, you’re probably no stranger to meltdowns. During a sensory meltdown, children with special needs have very little control over their behavior. They may scream, break things, attack others and even try to hurt themselves. While it’s painful to see your child lose control for seemingly no reason, meltdowns help you understand when your little one is experiencing sensory overwhelm.
With summer vacation drawing to a close, it’s the ideal opportunity to start preparing your special child for the new school year. For most special needs families, back-to-school time brings with it a host of anxieties and unique challenges.
Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) is commonly misunderstood and tends to be misdiagnosed as either autism or ADHD. And yet the reality is that SPD is believed to affect anywhere between 5% to 15% of school going children.