We all know moving can be stressful and for those on the autism spectrum, it can be even more challenging. That’s why with the help of many experts in the autism field, we have launched a new toolkit to help those who are moving with a family member on the autism spectrum. We have a special section on our website dedicated to those who are relocating to a new home and have family members on the autism spectrum. It can be found here: https://www.humboldt.com/autism There you will find a host of resources and videos to help you navigate moving day with your loved one on the autism spectrum. Advice includes how to start planning, how to navigate moving day and how to cope with life after the move. We hope you will find these resources useful as you embark on your journey. Whether you are moving with Humboldt or not, we truly hope you find this helpful as you begin your move. We had a lot of help along the way to bring these resources to you including Doug Flutie, Jr. Foundation for Autism and Ablevision, a video production company staffed by individuals with disabilities. We also tapped into the knowledge of the Autism Support Center, a program of Northeast Arc in Danvers MA, and Community Resources for People with Autism located in Easthampton, MA. If you know someone who might need these resources, we invite you to share this with all that can use it. Please visit the toolkit at: https://www.humboldt.com/autism for more information.