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Autism Safety

Scent Kits

Our scientifically-tested scent kits have been proven to save lives and are utilized by families, law enforcement agencies, and community organizations around the world as an effective and affordable tool to help bring the lost back home.

The SCENT KIT is easy to use and it only takes a few minutes to SWIPE, SEAL, and STORE a person’s unique odor and be ready with an uncontaminated scent article for K9 responders to begin searching to find your missing loved one fast and bring them home safe.


Autism Safety Car Truck Decal Sticker

Someone I Love Has Autism Truck Car Sticker Decal

SPECIAL NEEDS Safety Car Truck Decal Sticker

Autism Safety Home Decal Sticker

Autism Puzzle Pieces Ribbon Truck Car Sticker Decal

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Autism Friendly Toys

Autism is commonly accompanied by sensory issues. The American Psychiatric Association even added sensory sensitivities to the list of symptoms that help diagnose autism in 2013. If you have a child that is dealing with sensory issues, you might want to try bringing home some sensory toys for autism for them to play with.

Sensory toys are designed to stimulate a child’s five senses: sight, sound, touch, smell, and taste. They might include elements such as bright, contrasting colors, sounds, or different textures. These toys are meant to help children develop their senses in a safe and natural environment using play.

Therapist’s Choice

Therapist’s Choice Inflated Air-Filled Stability Balance Disc-Blue


Learniture Active Learning Chair/ Stool, 18" H, Blue, LNT-3046-18BL


Dough Extruders Set Assorted Designs, Set of 10, 5 Patterns


The Original Non-Slip Stepping Stones for Kids


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**Experienced Autism Alliance (“EAA”) does not endorse any specific treatments or therapies. Information provided is not meant to serve as medical advice. EAA urges individuals exploring any treatment to work with their treating physician to make the best decisions for their own care.