10 Favorite Literary Destinations for Kids with Autism

    Did you know that you can easily introduce your kids to different cultures from all over the world? You can do this by reading books and watching movies. But what will make the story truly memorable is visiting the locations where the books take place. Though some parents do not think about literary destinations… Read More

Traveling with Autism: 8 Common Mistakes to Avoid

  Many parents who have a child with autism have given up their dream of traveling. With today’s technology and being able to connect with people all over the world, this dream does not have to be gone. Now parents can experience traveling with autism, and get advice on how to have a great trip…. Read More

Top Ten Paris Experiences For Families with Autism

Paris is known as the most romantic city in the world, and there are lots of specific activities for adults to enjoy. In the beautiful city of lights, it can be difficult to think of activities fun for your child or children. But as Paris is a huge, wonderfully varied city, there’s always something for… Read More

Taking Your Kids to Paris Museums

  Whether you’re by yourself, visiting with friends or bringing the entire family along, Paris has something for just about everyone. There is so much to do in the city that you could spend an entire year abroad and never experience everything. Paris boasts an extensive selection of over 200 different museums of exceptional quality. Here… Read More

Taking Your Kids to Paris Churches

Paris is beautiful. Whether you’re traveling on your own or traveling with family, there is something for everyone in your family to enjoy. From priceless art exhibits to delicious food to unique shopping boutiques and more, Paris is the city to visit if you have a thirst for adventure, a passion for history or an… Read More

Taking Autistic Kids to Paris

Guest post by Zoe Sandell After our visit to London, we decided to visit Paris for a few days. We took the underground that took us to the Eurostar Paris Station. The station looks a bit like an airport; we still had to check in and go through security and wait to board. Our autistic… Read More

Top Five Family-Friendly Cemeteries

  Exploring a cemetery may seem like an odd option to pass a morning or afternoon, but in the past decade, a growing number of families have discovered the benefits of becoming budding taphophiles*. In fact, visiting a cemetery can be the perfect budget friendly way to interest school-age children in a city’s history and dignitaries… Read More

Have You Climbed Any Steps Lately?

A favorite pastime of hyperactive kids, like mine, is to chase up hundreds of steps on famous landmarks,  with parents trailing breathlessly behind. My husband and I always swear we should either bribe them not to do it or leave them to climb on their own but when the moment comes somehow we always end… Read More

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