January 17 2014 Children with Special Needs Newsletter
Car Travel Meltdowns - Babies and Toddlers
Babies and toddlers with disabilities have a slightly higher incidence of back-seat, car-seat, and other car travel meltdowns. Transition, sensory issues, and discomfort can cause distress leading to habitual and automatic rebellion over car travel from the young children with the most appointments.
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