Realistic Gift Giving for the Holidays

By Dan Coulter Are your family holidays the joyous celebrations you see in greeting cards, or stressful sessions that fray nerves? For many families dealing with Asperger Syndrome or autism, they’re a bit of both. One way to help ensure opening presents will be a positive experience is creating wish lists. Each family member makes and shares a list of things he or she would like. Others can choose from the list, or use it as a guideline to pick items that will be appreciated. Seeing a wish list also gives you an opportunity to manage expectations of children who ask for items beyond the giver’s price range. It’s a good idea to have one-on-one discussions with children about appropriate w

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