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Living With Autism: 10 Sensory-Friendly Ways to Decorate Your Home

Designing a welcoming home for a person with autism is important in creating a world grounded in equity and inclusion. And the first step is asking for guidance from people who understand autism better than anyone else. We spoke with Bruce Petherick, an Autistic Advocate who provides support for families through Autism Canada. Through his professional career and personal experiences, Bruce shared how to decorate your home in sensory-friendly ways and included three important rules to follow when sharing life with autistic people.



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