Vacations with a child with Autism Spectrum Disorder can be chaotic, nerve rattling and stressful! This booklet is designed to aid you, your family and your autistic child in having a fun, relaxing and enjoyable trip.Continue Reading Story
Even at home, keeping vigorous and secure is something on everyone’s minds. Staying vigilant is no less important when you’re on the move. The articles listed below provide important and useful tips on family travel health and safety.
The best advice when traveling with young children is to find stuff that does double or triple duty. Focus on simple, smart and healthy gear.Continue Reading Story
For adult skiers, when it’s time to delight in skiing again and sharing the experience with your kids, here are some great tips for getting your little ones out on the slopes.Continue Reading Story
Protect your baby’s health in-flight, as well as the sanity of other passengers (and your own!), with these helpful air travel with baby tips — good for the holidays and all year round.Continue Reading Story
Adults traveling outside the U.S. with children under 18 should always have Consent or Permission to Travel letters from both of the minors’ guardians. This is true whether the child is not their own or is their own but with only one parent.Continue Reading Story
Yes, Ebola has arrived in the U.S. But don’t worry – unless your seatmate is fresh out of Liberia, bleeding from his eyes, and gets sick, it’s unlikely you’re going to contract Ebola on a plane. Here are 10 ways to stay healthy while flying.Continue Reading Story