Navigating a vacation when your child has special needs can be very challenging. They have to get used to a brand new city, tight quarters in a hotel room, noises and smells that are different than home, and if you are going somewhere like a theme park there is also quite a bit of sensory input. Bright lights, loud noises, moving rides, sweating, and people standing very close to you, plus long waits in line.
Today, I want to talk to you about some ways to make your Disney vacation a little bit easier on both you and your child. Ready?