The more things there are to do at a destination, the better. Right? No. Not always. But sometimes.
The first ever Autism-friendly airline -certified.
On April 27th, we awarded our Autism Double-Checked certification to
Polling for the top answer to that question yields a tie between
If you can’t bring “your village”, is it possible to find an alternate “village” when you get to your destination?
If it takes a village, then bring your village with you.
Although we try to keep information up to date, sometimes we miss something.
If you can answer these five questions…
then you have a plan for your special needs vacation.
It may be a little ambitious, right now, to plan a vacation on Mars.
We do, however, plan smaller projects every day. Even something simple like
In the last post we covered practicing going to the airport and boarding the plane. While that is important there are other things that you can practice
Isn’t that supposed to be “practice makes perfect”? That may be the original expression but practicing for a vacation is a big enough undertaking that it should be