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Making air travel easier when you or someone in your family are/is autistic – Part 2: At the Airport and On the Plane

At the Airport

  • If you have booked disability services, this should be your first stop and they will assist you through the process of checking in all the way through to getting to your departure gate as quickly as possible.
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Travel

Sensory Friendly Events For You & Your Family

Summer has finally arrived! It’s has been a long and wet spring and I think we can all say we are more than ready to kick off the summer!  142 more words

Autism

Fidget Spinners

I got a fidget spinner last week. I’d heard a lot about them but I’d never encountered one in real life. When I saw a kiosk at the mall was selling them I decided I had to have one. 1,218 more words

Making air travel easier when you or someone in your family is/are autistic – Part 1: Planning

Intro

Since taking our first mini road trip with my son when he was 3 months old, I have committed myself to experiencing as many travel opportunities with my family as I can. 984 more words

Family

Shared Article: Rethinking Autism: From Social Awkwardness to Social Creativity

I think this is an important article to share.

Thanks to Visual Vox for sharing this first.

Sharing : Rethinking Autism: From Social Awkwardness to Social Creativity – … 104 more words

Autism Spectrum

The excitement and bereavement of growing up

The most recent teen independence adventure: catch the train, get off at the third stop and go to the $1 movie. Then walk to a nearby friend’s house and eat his packed lunch:  2 GFDF burritos and some salad greens with separate salad dressings–all of which he packed mostly himself but he did not plan. 792 more words

Dear Pauline. 

I’ve been trying to gather my thoughts after hearing the disgusting words Pauline Hanson stated about children on the autism spectrum.
We have three amazing children on the spectrum. 539 more words