I have several kids on the autism spectrum. A trampoline is HIGHLY recommended to help them calm themselves and get the deep compression they crave. Unfortunately, last summer my autistic daughter severely broke her leg on a neighbor's trampoline (I was an idiot & let her jump with her older brother, who fell on her leg), and now my husband adamantly is opposed to us getting one. I understand that accidents can happen but I'm thinking the benefits outweigh the risks. If I set careful rules and be sure we have the safety nets, I'm thinking it would be a good thing for our family. What do you think?
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