Guide to Cruising with Allergies

One of my readers contacted me this week asking for my tips when traveling with children with autism that also have food allergies. As spring break and summer are fast approaching, I thought I’d share some tips to use for your next cruise or all-inclusive resort stay.    Planning stage Contact your company and ask the… Read More

Which Cruise to Book when Traveling with Autism

  The New Year has finally arrived, and it is time to start planning your family’s travel for the coming spring and summer. You’ve heard all about them and have finally decided to take the proverbial plunge and go on that first family cruise.With so many choices out there: how do you choose a cruise that… Read More

The Autistic Friendly Carnival Legend

  We arrived at Tampa pier at two o’clock, after finding out they started boarding by one.After notifying one of the porters that we are traveling with special needs persons, they called their supervisor immediately, and we received VIP treatment. Aldona, a Carnival superior took us to an air conditioned lounge and took care of… Read More

Cabin Accommodations for Travelers with Autism

For parents of kids with autism, one of the best tips I can give when taking a cruise is to get the kids acclimated to their cabin as fast as possible.The key to doing that is communicating with the cabin steward efficiently and relaying the necessary accommodations to him or her as soon as possible. For… Read More

Tips For Boarding A Cruise Ship With Autism

      Boarding a cruise ship is exciting, but it can also be stressful if one travels with kids, especially ones with autism. You get past security, enter the cabin to put your luggage and at that point, all everyone wants is to relax. However, when traveling with autism, it is imperative to check… Read More

Benefits of Cruising For Travelers With Autism

  At first, many parents to kids with autism tend to shy away from cruising; thinking that spending multiple days confined in a ‘swim box’ is just horrifying. All they can imagine for their vacation days are endless stares and nasty comments from fellow passengers, dramatic meltdowns, and incessant whining from their family members. As… Read More

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