Kids with autism thrive on set schedules, and vacations in new places far from home can cause discomfort and disrupt routines. With proper planning and organizing, you can help your child adjust so everyone in the family can travel together.
No one wants to spend their vacation in bed or ministering to a queasy child (or partner!) while you could be having fun. Take this advice from Mark Wise, M.D. author of The Travel Doctor: Your Guide to Staying Healthy While You Travel, to make sure your trip will be smooth sailing.