Summer is jam-packed with fun and exciting things to do, including the biggest birthday celebration ever, the Fourth of July! But while many of us look forward to the fairs and fireworks that happen all over the country, children on the autism spectrum can have difficulty enjoying the holiday.  “Difficulty,” however, doesn’t mean a child with sensory sensitivities can’t have a blast on the Fourth. By taking consideration of the possible challenges beforehand, you and your little firecracker can have an amazing experience.   Here is a social story to help set the expectations for your child.  

What to expect on July 4th Social Story: