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Helping Fans with Autism Enjoy Super Bowl LIV | AngelSense Blog

How NFL is Helping Kids with Autism | AngelSense

This weekend is huge for the NFL, with people traveling to Miami Gardens, Florida, from across the U.S. for Super Bowl LIV. But other big moves were being made over the past few weeks and months – not only on the field, but behind the scenes in the stadiums themselves, with both teams (The San

13 of the Best Dog Breeds for Autism

13 of the Best Dog Breeds for Autism

There are few bonds stronger than the relationship between a child and their dog, primarily when the four-legged companion serves as a security shield and trusted protector. While most kids benefit significantly from growing up with a family dog, it has been proven to be even more beneficial for children with autism. In one study

Aging Out: When Your Child with Autism Becomes an Adult

Autism & Transitioning to Adulthood | AngelSense

Having a child with autism can mean a lifetime of learning how to be prepared and best help your child throughout the different stages of life. Although all parents encounter this to some degree, when your child has special needs you may end up being much more involved than you would for a neuro-typical child.

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

ABA Therapy: Is it Right for Your Child with Autism?

ABA Therapy Autism

What is ABA Therapy: Definition and Practices? ABA therapy stands for Applied Behavioral Analysis and by definition is a therapy system based on behaviorism that at its core revolves around the theory that behaviors can be learned and improved. It is a complex therapy with many different styles, techniques, and applications that has evolved over

New 2020 AngelSense GPS – Longer Battery Life & New Features

New AngelSense 2020 Version

  AngelSense has always had a mission of providing maximum protection for those who are most vulnerable. This is why we are always looking for ways to improve and add new features that will keep your loved one safe. Our latest 2020 version has an extended battery life, exciting new safety features, and more well-being

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

Is it Legal to GPS Track Your Child? Is AngelSense Legal?

Is AngelSense Legal?
Yes, AngelSense and other GPS tracking devices are legal, period. A law was even passed recently, Kevin and Avonte's Law, to prevent wandering tragedies by allocating funds to assist in the development of tracking devices like AngelSense. Bottom line, if you are the legal guardian of a child under 18 you have the legal right

Low Functioning Autism – Symptoms, Signs, Treatments, and More

Low Functioning Autism - Symptoms, Signs, Treatments, and More

What is Low Functioning Autism? Low functioning autism refers to children and adults with autism who show the most severe symptoms of Autism Spectrum Disorder and are diagnosed as having Level 3 ASD. They are usually unable to live independently and require support from a guardian throughout their lives. We’ve included information to help you

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