My son has autism. With the autism, he has meltdowns. When he has meltdowns, I make him go to his room. While there, he often throws things. He also plays in his room and his toys are in there. When he looks for something, he just dumps his stuff. I work full time and I had taken on some extra duties around the beginning of and April and do not often have time to put it all to rights when this happens. Now his room is a complete mess and I don't think any thing is in the drawers, on the shelves or in the toy bins any more. I just look at his room and have no idea where to begin and I just walk out. And it doesn't clean itself and it gets worse. Where do I even begin to start to put it back into order.? Please don't say "get him to do it", I let it go to bad and it would just overwhelm him too.Answer Question
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