Happy Travels, Let's Go!
Growing up my parents always took us on trips. Sometimes they were big trips and sometimes they were small but they always made the time to get us out of the house and explore a little. Our family trips were some of the best times I had growing up. We traveled in a very humble manner but our trips were so full of love and memorable moments. Now as a parent I want to give my kids that same experience of exploring and traveling.
As a parent we started going on road trips when each of our kids were 3 months old. This was way before we had any diagnosis. Once we were given diagnosis on our oldest we put travel and exploring on hold for some time.
Once we knew that we were officially on this special needs journey we knew that we had to keep doing what we were doing before and stick to what we enjoyed doing, traveling. We looked for way to accomodate how we traveled to help all of us have a better trips.
Now as an independent travel advisor and a Certified Autism Travel Professional I help special needs families book travel and find accommodations that help make their vacations more inclusive. Everyone should be able to ravel and travel should be inclusive to all. If you are a special needs family that would like to take a trip somewhere but maybe your not sure where to go or how to get started on booking your trip let me know and I can help you with that.
Traveling is fun, it’s exciting and it’s a time to build memorable moments. If you know what you want and would like to book on your own head over and book your travel today.
If you have questions or would like more personalized help to book your next trip, let me know I can help you with that. Send me a message and let’s work together.
Traveling can be stressful, overwhelming, it can feel like so much work and it can be scary. Especially when your a special needs parent. I know, I’ve been there. Have you thought of going on a vacation but just not sure where to go?
As a Certified Autism Travel Professional I can help you find a destination that is inclusive to your family. Traveling is for all and it should be a time for everyone to enjoy and have fun. Questions about traveling with your special needs child? Questions about destinations and accommodations while traveling? Let’s chat.
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