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Vacationing with kids isn’t quite the same as vacationing on your own, or just with friends. As adults, the idea of jetting off into the sunset and enjoying the sights, while having lots of downtime to recharge and relax, is thrilling and enticing. Add a few kids to the mix and the idea of scheduled downtime can be one of the most intimidating concepts out there. Kids require planning. There needs to be activities, there needs to be proper accommodations, and there needs to be easy access to food, bathrooms and a proper napping location. As difficult as it can be to plan a vacation that is enjoyable and relaxing for parents and kids, doing so with a child who has special needs makes the accomplishment that much more
of a challenge. The Key to Success: Plan Ahead!
Planning your vacation ahead of time is the only way to ensure that you will have the accommodations you need for everyone to have a good time. Think of your schedule at home. So much of what helps a special needs child have a good day is repetition and predictability. When you remove “home” from the equation, you are automatically removing familiarity. Keeping as much of the schedule intact as possible will help your child thrive. As great as it may be to fly by the seat of your pants and to go where the wind takes you, this is not ideal for a child with special needs, and if your child is unhappy, you are not likely to enjoy your vacation.
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