Pennsylvania Farm Show Tips for Families Right after the holiday season, I have my eye on one other thing-the PA Farm Show! The 2019 PA Farm Show is January 6 to 13. My boys have never missed a year and love it, so I thought I’d pass along some tips. At the bottom of this […]
More disability and sensory friendly travel tips:
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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Visiting Longwood Gardens with Kids (and special needs) I was recently invited to become a Star Blogger for Longwood Gardens. Not only do I just love Longwood Gardens, but my little guy is now at an age where it will be fun for us to attend as a family. A few Thursdays ago, I went […]
Rocking Horse Ranch Over Labor Day weekend, my parents invited us to join them at the Rocking Horse Ranch in Highland, NY. Rocking Horse Ranch Resort is an all-inclusive resort. You pay one rate for all the food, lodging and activities. I love having the opportunity to try new places and review them from our […]
What to do with Kids in Orlando Right around Easter, my husband found out that his company was going to send him to Orlando for a week. Taking the kids to Orlando has always been on our to-do list, but not a super high priority. We were able to put together a nice trip in […]
National Parks-Traveling with Disabilities Planning a trip out west to the National Parks can seem like a daunting task for any family and may feel like an impossibility if your child has significant special needs. But with proper preparation and planning, a can-do attitude and willingness to roll with the punches, it can be done. […]
Sensory Friendly Philadelphia~Why this is a great place to live if you have a disability. I love it here. Pennsylvania bred, born and raised. I have now lived in my current house longer than I have lived any place else. And I don’t think I’ll ever leave. One of the main reasons is the plethora […]