4 Snow Day Activities for Your Developmentally Disabled Child

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When parents get the call about a snow day, they often face a quick decision about how to entertain their children all day. As a parent of a developmentally disabled child, finding fun and safe activities during cold winter months can be difficult, especially when there is snow on the ground. For your child’s development, it’s important that you keep them busy with activities that promote neurological and physical stimulation. Your child can enjoy many aspects of winter and stay safe at the same time. Here are four suggestions for a great day in the snow.


Children love the freedom of the outdoors and the stimulation of nature in winter. Keep your child safe and entertained with these snow day activities. You can also help children wind down at the end of a long day by engaging in calming activities.

For more information on how your family can make the most of winter, visit these winter articles

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