Headphones, a free sign that can be used to help children with autism deal with fireworks – News-Herald

Imagine a child trapped in a battlefield with a bomb exploding every few seconds and no escape, no hiding place, no escape.

That winding environment is what many children suffering from autism look like. I’m worried about before holidays, holidays, and the next day.

In most cases, people without autism will have fun and even look for the sound of fireworks being launched into the air.

For people with autism, it is traumatic and can cause anxiety and unfavorable behavior long after the constant noise has subsided.

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