Ten Must Try Disneyland Snacks

  It is a fact that everyone loves a delicious snack. When visiting the parks with autism, buying snacks beats waiting in lines for busy restaurants. Snack Carts can make mealtimes quicker, not to mention cheaper than sit-down restaurants. Disneyland snacks vary from the traditional carnival variety to unique concussions created especially for the famous resort…. Read More

Eight Best Disneyland Thrill Rides for Kids with Autism

Have a kid that can’t get enough of thrill attractions? You are not alone. Many kids with autism crave movement. Whether it is sharp drops, spinning or swinging from side to side thrills  California’s Disneyland theme park rides have it all. So, to help parents plan their next action-packed vacation, we’ve compiled the eight best Disneyland… Read More

Best Disneyland Spinning Rides for Kids with Autism

  If you have a child with autism, chances are your kid loves spinning. And though they may not be bonified occupational therapy outlets Disneyland  Park and its sister park California Adventure feature plenty of spinning rides to make guests with autism quite happy! So, to help parents plan their visit to the parks here… Read More

Top Disneyland Indoor Rides and Attractions for Autism

  Albert Hammond may make beautiful music, but he was a little off with “It never rains in Southern California.”  The truth is, it does rain, most often during the winter months. Then, of course, there’s the Southern California summer when average temperatures can easily surpass 100 degrees fahrenheit. So, whether you are visiting the… Read More

Top Eight Reasons to Avoid Flying Through LAX

    Over the years Los Angeles International airport has been described by visitors in many ways none too flattering.As a travel blogger I pass through the airport at least once a month since it is my hometown airport but in all honesty, I cringe every time.There are so many things that are wrong with… Read More

Visiting Hollywood’s iconic El Capitan Theatre with Kids

  Opened back in the 1920’s the El Capitan Theatre is commonly known as “Hollywood’s first home of spoken drama.” Last month my family was treated to an early screening of Disney Pixar’s Coco here, and from the moment I walked up, I felt as if I was stepping back in time. Located at 6838… Read More

12 Things Pixar’s Coco Will Teach Your Kids

  Last week I had the privilege of attending the press junket for Disney Pixar’s Coco.The movie takes place on Mexico’s Dia de Los Muertos and focuses on Miguel a would be a teen musician. Furthermore, it introduces viewers to Mexican culture and traditions in a detailed and endearing way. Since some readers may not… Read More

Pixar’s Coco will change your perspective on Culture Family & Death

I have to admit I was curious to see this latest Pixar release ‘Coco.’  Having heard so much about it, I wanted to see for myself how the movie could affect viewers’ perspective on culture, family, and death. After watching an early screening of ‘Coco,’ I’m happy to say that it didn’t disappoint. In fact,… Read More

Pixar’s Coco Press Junket Highlights Mexico’s Family Traditions

  It is quite a privilege to be invited to a press junket, so I was delighted to partake in Disney’s latest for the Pixar ‘s Coco events.  The PixarCoco presentations were spread over two days. The first day we attended the Walt Disney Studios in Burbank. The following day we were invited to a… 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

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