Tips For Boarding A Cruise Ship With Autism

      Boarding a cruise ship is an exciting event. But it can also be stressful if one travels with kids, especially ones with autism.You get past security and enter the cabin to put your luggage. And at that point, all everyone wants is to run and explore the ship. However, when traveling with… Read More

Benefits of Cruising For Travelers With Autism

  At first, many parents to kids with autism tend to shy away from cruising; thinking that spending multiple days confined in a ‘swim box’ is just horrifying. All they can imagine for their vacation days are endless stares and nasty comments from fellow passengers, dramatic meltdowns, and incessant whining from their family members. As… Read More

Jamie Grover of Autism on the Seas

Q&A with Jamie Grover of Autism on the Seas   How did you start working with families with autism?. I worked for UCLA and injured my back, requiring two back surgeries. My friend who happened to be the director of the university center for developmental disabilities asked me if I would work with him. I… Read More

Mariner of the Seas Portofino restaurant

The service The service at  Mariner of the Seas  Portofino restaurant was just right, being neither slow nor rushed, and quite well coordinated.The Maitre D’ was very understanding after my short explanation and even permitted our son to wear his usual shorts and t-shirt combo instead of the more dressy attire usually required. He even helped to cut… Read More

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