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Last updated: 29th September 2014
Written for parents, carers and family members, this section outlines the difficulties experienced by people with autism and Asperger syndrome during the Christmas period and offers coping strategies.
This page offers practical advice on how to make Christmas less stressful and confusing for people with an autism spectrum disorder.
The very things that many people enjoy about the festive season are the things that people with autism can find difficult. Here are some suggestions from NAS members about how to make the holiday season easier.
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