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Autism
« on: December 08, 2008, 09:46:56 AM »
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Up, Up, and Away: The Ultimate Guide to Flying with Autistic Children
for the
 parents and caregivers who have trepidation in flying with their child who has Autism. 

The table of contents of this article is Overview, Before, During, and After the Flight Checklist,
 Items to Pack in Your Carry On, How to Handle Sensory Issues and an Ask the Expert Q&A. 
The article has many resources throughout and many helpful suggestions,
including solutions for safety concerns.
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Re: Autism and Driving
« Reply #2 on: March 04, 2019, 02:28:32 PM »
Autism and Driving - Everything You Need to Know at https://www.educateddriver.org/autism-and-driving/
This article covers Safety Concerns with Autism and Driving,  Legal questions about driving with Autism,Research about Autism and Driving 

Also see Helping Drivers Make the Best Choices:  Assessing Cognitive impairment to ensure safe driving
https://www.bidmc.org/centers-and-departments/neurology/programs-and-services/cognitive-neurology/programs/drivewise-and-driveadvise

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