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Got Special KIDS|Gamewright - Sushi Go! Gamewright - Sushi Go!

The Pick and Pass Card Game!

Our Price:: $10.99
Gamewright - The Scrambled States of America Game Gamewright - The Scrambled States of America Game

Have fun learning about the United States in this madcap game of observation and quick reflexes!

Our Price:: $14.49
Got Special KIDS|What Should I Do Now? Children's Social Decisions Learning Game What Should I Do Now?

A card game that that teaches social decision making.

Our Price:: $25.95
Got Special Kids|Learning Resources Elite Microscope Learning Resources Elite Microscope

The perfect microscope for beginning scientists!

Our Price:: $34.99
Got Special KIDS|Financial IQ Revised Financial IQ Revised

Teach financial literacy in a fun and interactive game!

Our Price:: $48.98
Got Special KIDS|Time Timer Watch PLUS Small Size Time Timer Watch PLUS Size Small

On the go convenient time management.

Our Price:: $62.50
Job Readiness Bundle! Middle/High School/Young Adult Job Readiness Bundle! Middle/High School/Young Adult

Learn exactly which behaviors employers value in their employees!

Our Price:: $89.99
Got Special KIDS|Kore Teen & College Adjustable Chair - 18" - 25" Kore Teen & College Adjustable Chair - 18" - 25"

Kore's patented wobble chair increases focus and attention for older students!

Our Price:: $201.99

There are many activities for autistic adults of all skill levels. Educational and recreational activities that can enhance a person with autism's life quality are available in many communities. Learn about activities for autistic adults as well as how to select the right ones for your loved one.

Building up social skills with practice can help enhance participation in the community and support outcomes like happiness and friendships. We have compiled social skills tips and information from experts, teachers, and families, along with useful tools to help enhance opportunities to be part of the community.

Because children with autism are often hyper aware of sensory input, it’s helpful for educators to provide accommodations so their students can focus in class. These activities involving sensory stimulation can keep kids with autism grounded in the present and comfortable learning with the rest of their classmates.