April 27, 2016

PUT YOURSELF IN THEIR SHOES…Autism makes it hard for a person to deal with the world around them. A sound like the school bell ringing, which may not bother most children, may sound like nails on a chalkboard to a child with autism. A tag in a T-shirt might feel like a terribly itchy sweater. […]


Beautiful Woodstock chimes for autism.

July 29, 2015

Hearing the beautiful sounds of the Woodstock chimes for autism that hang in our office brings such joy to our hearts. We are continually selling the Woodstock chimes in our office where all proceeds from the chimes will be donated to our Walk Now for Autism Speaks event September 2015. If you would like to […]


Sensory Weighted Blankets

September 8, 2014

What is a sensory weighted blanket? A blanket with weights (polly pellets) sewn into squares for even distribution.  Ideal for children with autism, ADHD and sensory integration disorder. This weighted blanket for autism and other sensory issues provides a gentle pressure that hugs the body to produce a calming and relaxing effect. Our own Miss […]


Walk Now For Autism Speaks Contest!

July 31, 2014

We are at 11% of our total goal for our Walk Now For Autism Speaks walk in November. Let’s keep that rolling! Our contest to WIN a FREE $25 Target Visa Gift card is still going! The first 5 people to make a $25 or more donation on Safari of smiles donation page for Walk Now For […]


Woodstock Chimes for Autism

June 17, 2014

 Woodstock Chimes for Autism Support Autism Treatment and Research        Buy Now!! Safari of Smiles has been deeply touched by the story of Tyler and the Woodstock chime for autism. Hearing the beautiful sounds of the chimes that hang in our office brings such joy to our hearts, and now we want to offer the chance […]


Meet Tyler!!

June 16, 2014

  Meet Tyler! Tyler is an 8-year-old with autism who’s developed a love for music and an ear for differentiating wind chimes’ sounds Check out the video at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1rXKBRkb9OE


Woodstock Chimes Inauguration 6/12/14

Our greatest privilege is to be entrusted with children that have special needs. The joy we experience in gently forging a trusting relationship with each child is one that is difficult to match. Each visit is teeming with potential and achievement. Tyler’s excitement for the Woodstock Chimes perfectly portrays our excitement as we greet the beautiful smiles […]


Oral Hygiene for Children with Autism.

June 11, 2014

  Oral Hygiene for Children with Autism. Getting Started at Home Oral health is a very important component of healthy daily living. But for some children with autism, oral health habits can be challenging. To get started, you and your child should pick out the right toothbrush. There are many colors, styles, and types available. […]


Types of Autism

May 22, 2014

Types of Autism   three primary kinds. §  Autistic Disorder (also called “classic” autism): This is what most people think of when hearing the word “autism.” People with autistic disorder usually have significant language delays, social and communication challenges, and unusual behaviors and interests. Many people with autistic disorder also have intellectual disability. §  Asperger […]