Watching out for wandering

I know people have varying opinions on “tracking” kids with ASD.  My family has decided a tracker for my non-verbal grandson could be beneficial.  The local police station provides a few, free of charge.  Connor is on the waiting list.  He has learned to open the front door.  It’s scary to think your child may wander off when you take your eyes off him/her.

Here are some great tips to help prevent the wandering of a child at school (posted by Autism Speaks).   http://www.autismspeaks.org/news/news-item/7-steps-you-can-take-prevent-wandering-your-child%E2%80%99s-school 

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