10 Spots to Explore in Palm Springs with Autism

  Palm Springs, California is widely known as a laid-back golfing and retirement community. Therefore, it is not typically marketed towards families. However, there are some great places in Palm Springs to explore, particularly for travelers who have never been to the area. Moreover, the city has many dining and lodging options to fit all… Read More

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

Finding Nirvana at The Mark Hopkins Hotel Lounge

  One of my favorite perks when staying at a hotel is getting access to its club level lounge when it has one. Some disappoint, and others make me regret I can’t stay longer. Last week my son and I had the privilege of staying at San Francisco’s iconic Intercontinental Mark Hopkins Hotel. After being… Read More

The Autism Friendly Sheraton Park at Anaheim Resort

  The Sheraton Park Hotel at the Anaheim Resort is located at 1855 South Harbor Boulevard. The autism friendly hotel is close to the Disney Theme Parks and Anaheim Convention Center. Since the hotel is directly on Anaheim’s main thoroughfare guests can easily access multiple restaurants and shopping venues. The Sheraton Park Hotel, launched a… Read More

Tips and Quips to Survive the Disney D23 Expo

This year from July 14th to the 16th the city of Anaheim California will once again host the Disney D23 Expo. This event is a three-day Disney fan’s dream extravaganza. Disney started the Disney D23 Expo back in 2009, and held it bi-annually, meaning 2011, 2013, 2015 and now 2017. If you are wondering what you will… 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

Ron Sandison shares his Tips on Traveling with Autism

  This month we had the opportunity to interview Ron Sandison, a professor of theology, motivational speaker, and writer about his tips on traveling with autism. Ron, who works full time in the medical field is an advisory board member of Autism Society Faith Initiative of Autism Society of American and The Art of Autism. Sandison has a… Read More

Tips for Choosing Hotels for Families with Autism

  One of the most important elements of a vacation is choosing the right lodgings. It is necessary for parents booking the room to take the requirements of their child with autism or other special needs into account. If they have allergies, sensitivities, and other issues, parents need to make sure that these will be… Read More

Top Seven Attractions for Families in Pisa Italy

Pisa is an Italian city most famous for the Leaning Tower of Pisa. However, there is so much more to the city than this one architectural oddity. Here are some of our favorite places to visit in this beautiful city. Leaning Tower of Pisa As mentioned, the city is famous for its Leaning Tower, which… Read More

Pros and Cons of Wheelchair Assistance When Traveling With Autism

  Hi Margalit, I’m Darla from Florida, and I read your blog regularly. It helps reading and being able to relate to the things you write. I have a daughter who is seven years old and diagnosed with severe autism. She is non-verbal but not aggressive to others. It doesn’t happen often, but when she… Read More

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