Cujo Smart Firewall Keeps Families Safe Online

  Every day hackers attack people’s  personal information. These hacks affect every aspect of people’s lives, from social security numbers to banking information.Keeping up with the latest safety technology online is a daunting task for most. But for parents with special needs kids, it may prove a losing battle.Until recently, that is. Now, there is a… Read More

‘A Boy Called Po’ Message to Parents with Autism

      Imagine losing the love of your life to cancer. Now, imagine that the love of your life was the primary caregiver for your son with autism. David Wilson, in  ‘ A boy called Po’  faces this exact scenario. While he is grieving for the loss of his wife, he now must take… Read More

Is Netflix’s Atypical Series Depicting Life with Autism Accurately?

This summer, Netflix debuted a new show named Atypical. Atypical is a dark comedy involving a teen with autism. The show revolves around Sam, skillfully played by Keir Gilchrist, and his family tackling the complexities of romance and dating with autism. Although at times, I felt certain scenes didn’t depict life with autism too accurately,… Read More

5 Reasons to Fall in Love with the LuLaRoe Disney Collection

  I will admit, I had not heard of LuLaRoe until this year. Turns out I might be one of the last people on the planet who hasn’t. Well, this year at the Disney D23  Expo in Anaheim, I was given a pair of LuLaRoe Leggings.Not just any old pair of leggings, a magical Disney… Read More

7 Reasons LG InstaView™ Door-in-Door® Refrigerator is Perfect for Families

  As a mom with kids and a husband who all love to stand with the refrigerator door open to “see what is inside,” I am always hollering at my family for them to close the fridge door. Well, now with the LG InstaView™ Door-in-Door® refrigerator with a tinted glass panel, I can relax and… Read More

Quarter Midget Car Racing: Should Your Kid Try It?

Let me introduce myself, my name is Stacy, and I have been working behind the scenes helping here at Autistic Globetrotting for a few months now. While my daughter does not have autism, she does love extreme sports. Extreme anything to be exact. I know that some children with autism also love extreme sports. Hence I thought… Read More

Top Disney D23 Expo Movie News

If you have not heard, the Disney D23 Expo just happened in Anaheim California, leaving fans thoroughly excited. The D23 Expo is a three-day Expo that Disney does every other year.   During the Expo, fans get to hear all of Disney’s new plans for the parks, movie releases and so much more. This year,… Read More

Exploring San Diego with Kia’s Eco Dynamic Cars

  There’s an old saying that Los Angeles folks live in their cars. The fact is, LA is quite spread out which means that getting from point A to point B takes quite a bit of driving time. areas with lots of space between many destinations. Now add this fact, as a parent to a… Read More

Terror Attacks: Nine Tips that Can Save Your Life

An uncomfortable topic at best and horrifying to many it is time for parents to discuss with kids tips what to do in case of a terror attack.Mmeorizing and following these simple tips can save your life. Sadly, today the world experienced another terrorist attack on British soil. This news comes in the wake of… Read More

Traveling with Autism? Pack a SCOTTeVEST Quest Vest

While traveling, one of the most important and often overlooked tools is the pocket. Travelers, especially those with kids, will often find they run out of room in their pockets during their travels. SCOTTeVEST company hopes to help mitigate this challenge by creating clothing with many pockets placed strategically to keep one valuable’s safe and… Read More

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