Orlando’s Toothsome Chocolate Emporium & Savory Feast Kitchen

  While attending this year’s Mom 2.0 conference in  Orlando, Florida last week we decided to explore Universal Studios Citywalk. Among its multiple eateries, we discovered  the Toothsome Chocolate Emporium & Savory Feast Kitchen. Imagine walking into a 19th Century Willy Wonka style steampunk Chocolate Factory. From the decor to the ambiance and the wonderful treats… Read More

Disney’s Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 2 -Should You Take the Kids?

Many fans of the Marvel Cinematic Universe were happy to see Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 when it opened this week. Though I’m personally not as invested in this series, I still greatly enjoyed this movie when I went to see it with my son a few days ago as part of Ford’s promotion… Read More

The Tile App Tracker :Should you Buy or Pass?

Everyone misplaces items at some point. But people with conditions such as autism or ADHD tend to frequently lose things, leading to frustration, arguments, and meltdowns. The Tile App Tracker can help families with autism by giving them the ability to locate their important items all on their phone. Just like how some people will press… Read More

Coolest Addition to LA: The Museum of Ice Cream

One of the most exciting recent pop-up additions to LA is the Museum of Ice Cream at 2018 E 7th Place. This exhibit is one best described as a true cross section of the traveling Barbie exhibit and LA’s downtown Broad Museum. It’s an eclectic series of presentations involving ice cream and fun art with… Read More

Best Non -Theme Park Family Activities in Orlando

Orlando, Florida is well known as the location of two mega theme parks – Disney World and Universal Orlando. However, the city has so much more to offer to families than just parks. So, when the theme parks get too repetitive, parents should consider trying one of Best non-theme park Family  Activities on our list…. Read More

Exploring the California Science Center with Kids

Edutainment, a fusion of entertainment and education, is something that has been proven to help kids with learning important concepts. Kids use play to interact with and learn from the world on their own terms. At the California Science Center on 700 Exposition Park Dr, kids can enjoy hands-on activities that help teach topics ranging from… Read More

Stuck at LAX? Take the family to Dave and Busters!

Arcade games have been a favorite pastime for many teens and adults since their introduction in the early 1900s. By the late 70’s  video games rose in popularity and replaced the old fashioned penny games leading to the modern era of arcade centers as we know them today.After a golden decade during the 1980’s when… Read More

Four Main Reasons Why Families with Autism Don’t Travel

On this site, our primary mission is to help all families experience the best parts of travel. However, it’s important to discuss why families who have kids on the autism spectrum often chose not to venture anywhere. Our credo is that if we can correctly pinpoint why these parents frequently avoid travel, everyone involved in the… Read More

Ten Services to Make Vacationing with Autism Easier

  Vacationing should be a relaxing and fun experience where the whole family explores a new destination. However, sometimes traveling with children with autism can provide challenges. Travel isn’t autism-friendly by default, but there are plenty of services to make traveling with autism a little easier. Here are our top ten services to provide peace… Read More

Ways Cruise Lines can Improve Service for Travelers with Autism

More and more families who have children with autism are taking the plunge, venturing out and embarking on cruises. Many don’t have the experience or know-how and would benefit from any help they can get as they plan their vacations. By tweaking their services and adequately training their staff in accommodating families with autism, cruise line… Read More

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