10 Autism Friendly Halloween Spots for Families

Halloween can often have an adverse effect on children with autism. The scary masks, loud sounds, erratic lights, and having to speak to strangers may be very hard for many.  Through the years, our family has enjoyed celebrating the holiday in various spots around the U.S  If you’d like to try a different way to… Read More

Spooky Times at Knott’s Berry Farm

  Knott’s Berry Farm originally started as a berry farm owned by Walter and Cordelia Knott in California’s Buena Park. In the early 1920s, the family sold berry products at a roadside stand by Route 39, later expanding to boysenberry products. During the 30s Cordelia opened a small fried chicken dinner restaurant on their property to… Read More

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