Traveling the World with Autistic Children: Exploring Special Interests
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by Dina Farmer
1w ago
Traveling with children can be both exhilarating and challenging, but when your children are on the autism spectrum, it can add an extra layer of complexity. As a mother of two boys on the autism spectrum, I understand these challenges firsthand. However, I've discovered a powerful tool that has made our travels smoother and opened up a world of wonder for my sons: embracing their special interests. Traveling the World with Autistic Children: Exploring Special Interests My oldest son has an insatiable passion for architecture. From ancient wonders to modern marvels, he is captivated by the ..read more
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Top Picks for Your Autism-Friendly Vacation in Japan
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by Dina Farmer
1w ago
Japan is a mesmerizing country, and guess what? It's also surprisingly autism-friendly. So, if you've been daydreaming about cherry blossoms, rainforest strolls, cultural immersion, or diving into Japanese cuisine, an autism-friendly trip to Japan should be on your radar. Today, I'm dishing out the Top Picks for Your Autism-Friendly Vacation in Japan. This post contains affiliate links, I earn a small commission if you decide to purchase something, this helps me keep blog posts like this one and running the site! Top Picks for Your Autism-Friendly Vacation in Japan 1. Aomori Nestled in ..read more
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Autism Friendly on the Emerald Coast of Florida
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by Dina Farmer
3w ago
I love living on the Emerald Coast of Florida. I get to spend my time living at the ultra slow speed of beach living with a little bit of urban life thrown in for good measure. While I don’t get the same laid-back feeling I have when spending time on my favorite Hawaiian Islands, I the time I get to spend having fun in the sun here on the Emerald Coast. Of course, it also helps that there is always something amazing for my boys and myself to do when the weather is nice.  You may be surprised to hear it does get cold on the Emerald Coast. It can be quite chilly beginning in December a ..read more
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Autism and Elopement: Tips for Your Travels
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by Dina Farmer
1M ago
Hey there, fellow parent navigating the unique joys of traveling with an autistic child! We know the drill – family vacations take a bit of extra planning to ensure everyone has a blast while staying safe and stress-free. Today, I've got some tips to help you manage the potential challenges of elopement while traveling with your family. This post contains affiliate links, I earn a small commission if you decide to purchase something, this helps me keep blog posts like this one and running the site! Autism and Elopement: Tips for Your Travels Why Autistic Children Elope Autistic kids hav ..read more
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Autism-Friendly Attractions in Hong Kong
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by Dina Farmer
1M ago
Hong Kong is a blast for families looking to create lasting memories. Whether you're up for a magical day at Hong Kong Disneyland, soaking in the rich culture, exploring sights, or indulging in delicious cuisine, there's no shortage of excitement. Let's dive into some top autism-friendly activities for your next family trip to Hong Kong! This post contains affiliate links, I earn a small commission if you decide to purchase something, this helps me keep blog posts like this one and running the site! Autism-Friendly Attractions in Hong Kong 1. Hong Kong Disneyland: Of course, this to ..read more
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Tips for Using DAS at Disney Parks
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by Dina Farmer
1M ago
Disney has done an amazing job at making sure every park is inclusive and welcoming to all guests. For the longest time, autistic families were able to use their Guest Assistance Card Program to ensure their visit was magical. However, so many people were abusing the system. Thankfully, Disney was willing to make changes to their program instead of getting rid of it completely. The new program is known as DAS, or Disability Access Service. DAS is available at the Disney Parks.  The program is designed to ensure people who need assistance the most are receiving the best experience at ..read more
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Discovering Beijing: A Family Adventure
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by Dina Farmer
1M ago
Looking for an adventure-packed getaway with your autistic family? How about diving into the wonders of Beijing for your next vacation? This vibrant city blends ancient charm with futuristic skyscrapers, promising an unforgettable experience. As a Certified Autism Travel Advisor, I've got you covered for an autism-friendly journey through Beijing. Let's dive into the fun! This post contains affiliate links, I earn a small commission if you decide to purchase something, this helps me keep blog posts like this one and running the site! Discovering Beijing: A Family Adventure Best Time to V ..read more
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Autism Friendly Destinations in Mexico
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by Dina Farmer
1M ago
Have you been dreaming about taking an autism friendly vacation in Mexico? This country is incredible and there are a couple autism friendly destinations to choose from. When you vacation in Mexico, you can add numerous activities to your itinerary. Plus, you always have the beach for swimming. And all the resorts offer swimming pools if your autistic child is not a fan of the sand. Today, I am sharing two of the best autism friendly destinations in Mexico with you. This way, you can make an informed decision as you begin to think of all the possibilities your autistic family will have whil ..read more
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Plan an Autism Friendly Vacation in South Korea
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by Dina Farmer
2M ago
Are you ready to show your autistic family the world? There are so many unique destinations to choose from when you are planning autism friendly vacations. One of the destinations people often forget about is South Korea. And yet, it is a fascinating place to visit. You can learn quite a bit about the culture in South Korea as you dine on delicious cuisine and hike the mountainous terrain when you are not exploring the big cities. And don’t worry. Your vacation in South Korea can be as autism friendly as you need. Especially when you allow me to plan your South Korea vacation. Today, I ..read more
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Autism Friendly Things to Do During a Vacation in Singapore
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by Dina Farmer
2M ago
Asia is becoming a pretty popular travel destination. If you have been considering traveling to Asia, I highly recommend visiting Singapore. This beautiful city has a cultural atmosphere, stunning architecture, and delicious cuisine. Add plenty of autism-friendly activities and adventures, and you have the perfect place for a family vacation. If you are struggling to see how a vacation in Singapore could be autism-friendly, keep reading to see why this city is so magical for autistic families like yours. Let's check out Autism Friendly Singapore! This post contains affiliate links, I ..read more
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