Travelling with a child who has special needs is a huge challenge. When planning such a trip every detail needs to be carefully planned. Choosing your destination, finding a travel agent who understands, preparing for the flight, packing and... you get the point: Special needs travel is tough!
To make it easier on parents, we have compiled a number of resourceful travel posts that will help you plan your trip and help make your travel experience less stressful and more enjoyable.
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