An autistic occupational therapist’s travel tips for autistic kids


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Ana Karina Suarez

Special to USA TODAY

  • As an autistic parent, I feel the weight of generations judging my autistic children’s behavior.
  • Because their autism is invisible, I often get the dreaded comment: they don’t look autistic.
  • The best way to support your autistic children is to listen to them, and sometimes this will require you to stand up against tradition.

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