Summer Fun Gets a Little Bit Easier for Children with Special Needs

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Children with autism can easily be overwhelmed with all the sights and sounds found at summer fun destinations like museums or adventure parks.

Thankfully many destinations are now setting aside special times and making adjustments to be sensory-friendly, so families with autism or other special needs can more easily enjoy their experience.

In an interview with KYW Newsradio, Judith S. Miller, PhD, MS, Clinical Training Director for the Center for Autism Research at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) shares tips for parents to make the most out of their trip to any of these popular summer-fun spots.

Hear more from Dr. Miller on KYW Newsradio.