The Mom Kind - Autism Parenting Advice for the Modern Parent There are a lot of great family-friendly travel destinations throughout the country and the world. When you have a child on the spectrum, you may feel like travel isn’t an option for you. The...

Tejas Rao Sankar is a nonspeaking autistic who spells to communicate. Tejas is a passionate traveler who loves to dance and spend time with his friends. He blogs with Neuroclastic to contribute to our emerging understanding of autistics, by autistics. Tejas loves to read with The BookWallis – A social media book group. He also loves creating memes…

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The wait is now over and we can book a break to somewhere a bit warmer for half-term.  Obviously there are all the normal things that we think about a a family travelling with autistic kids. Where we are going, what type of accommodation works for...
When you're traveling with a baby, certain things are essential for the journey. It's important to prepare for every eventuality, including diaper changes, naps, and feeding. Here's our list of must-have items to make parenthood easier on long flights!...
 Two years ago, our family were starting on a wonderful and unforgettable holiday to North America.  It took in six destinations, five flights, three travel booking sites and companies and of course us and our wonderful autistic and neurotypi...
By Schereeya Attn: Autistics should be aware that “social norms[1]” are subject to things like regional location. You may have spent your entire life learning what the rules of your local communities are. You may have even integrated them deeply ...
Any parent worries about travelling with children. When you add autism into that mix, it can seem best to leave your wanderlust well alone. In reality, though, children with autism deserve to enjoy the sights, sounds, and beauty of travel just as much ...