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Non-Verbal Boy with Autism Left Alone at Library is Found with AngelSense GPS

AngelSense GPS for Autism Kids

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

10 Signs of Sensory Processing Disorder – What to Look Out For

10 Signs of Sensory Processing Disorder - What to Look Out For

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.

Back to School Safety for Special Needs Students in 2020

Back to School Safety for Special Needs

Special needs students nationwide will be going back to school after the long break due to Coronavirus. Unlike previous years, the 2020 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

The Best Summer Camps for Autism & Special Needs in the USA

Special Needs Summer Camps Before we know it the world will get back to normal and summer will be here... and that means Summer Camp! Most camps are currently offering a discount for early registration, so we thought we'd prepare a list of the best summer camps across the nation for your kids with autism and special needs. Autism

5 Exercises for Children with Autism (That Won’t Disturb Their AngelSense Device!)

5 Exercises for Autism Children | AngelSense

Exercise is important for everyone, no matter their age or cognitive ability. However, exercise can be especially transformative for children with autism. Routine exercise for autism has been proven to relieve stress, decrease the likelihood of emotional meltdowns, improve endurance, flexibility, strength, and more. As your child becomes more active, you’ll see them become more

5 Reasons a Bigger Personal GPS Is Better for Your Special Needs Child

Best GPS Tracker for Kids

When it comes to the safety of our children with special needs, all parents know this fact: One minute off-guard and the cost could be dire! When deciding what GPS Tracker for Kids is best for you, safety features should be considered above all else. In addition, it’s important to understand who, or what, the

Is AngelSense Allowed in Schools?

Is AngelSense Allowed in Schools

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

How to Build a Routine to Wear AngelSense Daily

How to Build a Routine to Wear AngelSense Daily

Guest Post by Kim, Isaak’s mom Taking the time to establish a routine of wearing the AngelSense device is so worth it! My son is very “reward” motivated. He is seventeen years old but we still utilize stickers and reward charts, and this was very beneficial when we started using AngelSense. Because my son is

How to Ensure Schools Are Well-Prepared for Lock Downs

How to Ensure Schools Are Well-Prepared for Lock Downs

Sending a special needs child to school is hard enough, but when you can’t control the unexpected, it’s even more stressful. One of the most difficult experiences for a child on the autism spectrum to handle is a lockdown drill, yet they are becoming far more prevalent in American schools. For parents and educators, the

5 Water Safety Tips for Your Autistic Child

Swimming is a favorite summer activity, but if you have a child with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), there are extra dangers that need your attention. Children with autism are more likely to wander, and in those cases, they are often drawn to water. Drowning is a leading cause of death for children with autism, and

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