David Royko Psy.D
|Posted on October 22, 2014 at 2:20 PM|
We saw this today, a post by blogger Erin Polk, about how welcoming and helpful their local 5 Guys Burgers is for her son with autism: http://themighty.com/2014/10/a-letter-to-our-favorite-burger-joint-from-the-mom-of-a-teenager-with-autism/
We agree, and have had the same experience with Ben's local 5 Guys. When we walk in, before even ordering, they are putting fries in a bag for us so Ben can happily munch while they're making his burger. In many other little ways, they are the exemplars of how to deal with and help families like ours be out in the "real" world.
Ben would love to join the 5 Guys (and Gals) back there.
Happy Ben with 5 Guys Fries.