I highlighted this app in my article about traveling with special needs kids, but I think it is worth highlighting it all alone.
It is an app for planning and preparing for any type of trip. It is super organized and has many features to keep us on track.
For: Golf Tournament to benefit The Miracle League of Richmond VA
Proceeds go directly back to our Miracle League Families
When: May 11th, 2018
Time: 1:00pm Shotgun Start
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Autastic Avenues paired up with Publix Super Markets’ Aprons Cooking School in the Nuckols Place store location (5400 Wyndham Forest Drive, Glen Allen, Va. 23059) for their first ever Teens in the Kitchen cooking class.
Debbie Kelo, Director of Programs is looking for swim instructors to provide swim instructions to children with autism. Debbie will train tthe instructors and is a paid positionPlease contact Debbie directly for full details. firstname.lastname@example.org 271-8273 office
One of the things I love most about this site, is my ability to share my voice and having a place to be heard. Sometimes, I don’t even care if it gets heard. I just feel better having an outlet. I realize that there will be some that do not agree with me, and that could run the risk of losing a reader, but in the hopes that I make an impact for one person or someone else feels validated, I will take the risk.
Our Sensory Friendly event, for individuals with autism and other sensory, social or learning disabilities, will have lower volume on the TVs and music will be turned off and the game volume turned down.
Schedules are so much a part of our lives with our kids that have special needs. With the slightest change, we may be in for upset. This Saturday night, before we go to bed, we will be changing our clocks for Daylight Savings Time (DST).
Whether on a train, plane or automobile, there are things we can try to do to make travel a little better. Even if it is a car ride that is only a few hours, with some planning, the experience may be more positive for everyone involved. Travel can be a challenge anyway, adding our special needs children to this, is an additional layer.