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Traveling Different by Dawn Madelon Barclay is a guide on how to travel with little ones who are on the autism spectrum or have attention and mood disorders. It can be challenging and intimidating to travel with children who have special needs. The fear of meltdowns and motion sickness can cause an unpleasant traveling experience for parents and their children alike. Traveling Different offers parents the solution to prevent these scenarios, by planning ahead for the most comfortable travel experience for children with special needs. From modes of transportation and types of venues to even types of activities, this book will prepare parents for a peaceful vacation with the most comprehensive and complete guide.
Traveling Different by Dawn Madelon Barclay offers thorough guidance for parents who are unsure of how to travel with children on the spectrum. I love how the author shares her own experience with her two children who have special needs and does not let that get in the way of her love of travel. It shows parents in similar situations that it is possible to travel with children who are on the spectrum with the right itineraries. This book offers an extensive guide on traveling based on the advice of medical professionals and parents with special needs children, offering a clear breakdown that simplifies the concepts, making it easier for parents to incorporate these into their own travel plans. The suggested itineraries are very helpful examples and give inspiration for parents when planning their own vacation, which concludes this book perfectly.