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
Autism IS NOT a disability. Autism IS a different ability.
Some things are obvious. Others will surprise you. Either way, your child will have their own unique perception
The same or a near equivalent? Equivalence is in the eye of the beholder. Only you know what your child will see
Some transitions are easily avoided. There is one big one that you really should avoid.
Change is a big challenge for those on the spectrum.
Travel is all about change.