Ten Tips for Successful Museum Visits with Autism

 Museums are fantastic places for learning about history, art, culture and a variety of other subjects, but, unfortunately, some have a reputation for not being very child-friendly. Taking children, especially those with autism to such establishments might seem like an overwhelming proposition, but with the right approach and proper planning; parents can turn it into… Read More

Preventing Incidental Charges During Travel

Though times are changing and there is more awareness about autism worldwide, many hotels and cruise cabins are not necessarily setting up autistic travelers (and their families) for success. The good news is, with a little planning, you can still minimize your liability and avoid paying for expensive incidental charges before they occur. Here are… Read More

How the Omni Dallas Hotel caters to Special Needs Travelers

The Omni Dallas is a luxury hotel in Downtown Dallas, Texas, near the Convention Center. It is 100% non-smoking, has 1,001 guest rooms, including 67 luxury suites and three presidential suites. The hotel features a heated infinity pool and sauna, fitness center, spa, hair salon, onsite restaurants with valet and self-parking. We chose to stay there… Read More

Q&A with Eva Bronstein-Greenwald- Special Needs Travel Agent

                        Eva Bronstein-Greenwald is the owner of Best Cruises and Travel Now, founder at WE BELONG: Inclusion program in Fairfield County as well as a mother of two daughters, one with autism.  Why is travel important for families with autism? I am a very passionate traveler as are my family members. We love trying various… Read More

Top Ten Tips for Traveling with Autism

Over the past few weeks, some parents to kids with autism, have approached us with questions to help plan their holiday travel. Although special-needs travel tends to be multi-faceted and somewhat individualized in nature, we’ve learned some things over the years that we hope can help others travel smarter and have a better vacation.For those readers, as well as others,… Read More

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