Traveling With Autism Can Be Hard. These People Want To Fix That.
Planning family vacations can be daunting. Due to lack of accessibility and awareness, planning a trip for someone on the autism spectrum can be an even bigger battle. But there are a lot of people who have set out to change that. HuffPost Travel
Traveler With Special Needs? Why You Should Consider a Cruise.
Millions of people will take a cruise this year, traveling to ports of call near and far. Some of those people will have special needs that range from mobility impairments (i.e., cane or wheelchair users) to dietary restrictions (i.e., gluten-free or low-salt) to other challenges such as autism. If your family includes someone with special …The Points Guy Travel
50 Best Wheelchair-accessible Vacation Spots
Being in a wheelchair, using a walker, or pushing a stroller shouldn't limit your vacation or travel options. From Atlanta to San Francisco and across the oceans to Kuala Lumpur, Slovenia, or Dubai, disability travel experts say there's a surprising amount of access to be found in some unlikely places.Cheapism Travel