Experiencing Venice Italy with Kids

Visiting the city of Venice, Italy is a sensory experience, with the sharp taste of salt packed in the air, the constant wind, the cobblestone underneath one’s feet, and candy for the eyes everywhere. Though pegged as a city for lovers, many families, including families with autism, can find many things to do. Here are… 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

Visiting Pompeii with Autism

One of the most prominent places to visit in Southern Italy is, of course, Pompeii. An ancient Roman city almost perfectly preserved from a horrific natural event, Pompeii is a ‘must do’ for most history buffs. For parents planning on taking any children with autism with them, there are some things and options to consider. Location… Read More

Taking your Kids with Autism to Florence

  Alright parents, let’s be honest for a moment; traveling with kids is not always the most fun thing to do in the world. Now don’t get me wrong, there is absolutely nothing wrong with wanting to show them the world, in fact, I encourage it! But the truth is it can be very stressful… 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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