Which NJ and DE beaches are disability accessible? As I am sitting here putting together this post, it is 90 degrees, sunny and humid outside. Mentally, I’ve checked out of school mode and all my focus is on summer and the beach. (I still have a few IEP meetings left this school year, with clients, […]
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Travel tips for the family traveling with disabled children. I try to get all the information you need to have a relaxing experience.
Sensory Friendly and Disability Travel
For each place we visit, I'll share:
- sensory and noise related information
- food options, including allergy, gf etc.
- how to save money on this outing
- best times to avoid crowds
- how accessible I find it to be
- and much more!
Disability Travel Reviews
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Traveling with Kids “You should go!” I was on the phone with a friend, because there was no texting or Facebook. She was saying how some of our friends were spending a long weekend out in the wine country of Sonoma. “Go!” she said. So we did. In a matter of a few weeks’ time, […]
Washington, DC with Kids I love Washington, DC. I am fortunate to live close enough to do it as a day trip (albeit a long day!) if I want to. But I prefer to stay overnight if we can. There is so much to do and see there. Now having taken my kids down there […]
3 Things NOT to do in Hershey, PA Last week I attended a conference at Hershey Lodge in Hershey, PA. I will be summarizing some of the conference in a different post. But I also wanted to use the opportunity to do a mini-review of some of what we visited while we were there. Here […]
National Constitution Center Today was our first visit to the National Constitution Center. It’s been on my list of things to do and I’m glad an opportunity came up that encouraged me to go. As a special needs parent, I’m sure I experience the same anxieties in these situations that you’ve experienced. You’re worried about […]
National Archives in Washington, DC Washington, DC is my second favorite city. Maybe my first-favorite. It’s so hard! I love Philadelphia because it feels like home to me and I love all the history, but I love DC because it has history and what is happening today. It’s a city with great energy. I look […]