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One of the most challenging aspects of travel is determining how one's physical limitations will impact your trip. Certain types of travel may be more accommodating - such as a cruise vacation. Our knowledgeable experts can answer your questions about the best vacations to consider, and which destinations, hotels/resorts, attractions, and sightseeing options afford you the most accessibility and enjoyment.
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Castaway Dream Travel
Winter Garden, Florida
As a Certified Autism Travel Professional, I have knowledge, training and experience to assist individuals and families in planning vacations that accommodate those with autism, spectrum disorders and/or other disability and accessibility needs. I understand that you might find travel stressful or challenging but I know how to plan, recommend and arrange a variety of travel options with suppliers that make travel comfortable for families who need more assistance. I believe working closely with your family allows us to create the most ideal travel plan that will meet your specific needs. We will explore travel that has previously worked for your family as well as trips that have proven to be challenging and find sensory friendly activities that everyone can enjoy.
TravelStore - Irvine
I've been very fortunate to have been in the travel industry for over 25 years. And I'm proud to say that I have two distinct specialties: New Zealand and Traveling with Disabilities. I'm also looking forward to another great 25+ years in this amazing industry where every day you learn something new that can make a positive impact on a client's upcoming trip. First, we'll visit New Zealand - one of these incredible places where you simply cannot take a bad photograph. Each location is followed by another location that seems even more beautiful than the place you just left. Next, my reason is personal for expanding my knowledge and expertise in the travel industry to become an advisor who specializes in Traveling with Disabilities. I have two aging parents with mobility issues and a sister with both physical and mental limitations because of Down Syndrome.
Vacations by Joann
Crown Point, New York
I am an expert advisor with two specialties: Anything Disney and I am also an expert in assisting my clients with special needs who are Traveling with Disabilities. It has also been very interesting how these two distinctly different specialties are often intertwined. My favorite destination is Walt Disney World® Resort. Every time I visit, I feel that I am experiencing something new and different from my last visit there. I love visiting the Disney parks as well as staying at the amazing Disney resorts and experiencing all that they have to offer. I am also a Special Needs Group certified accessible travel advocate. As part of my service, I arrange and coordinate all aspects of travel including flights, airport transfers, resort/ship reservations, dining reservations and much more. If a situation arises that may affect your travel plans, I will step in to intercede on your behalf so that you can have a carefree vacation without worries.
Luxury Travel by Sara
Today's traveler wants to feel safe and to be comfortable while traveling, and to know that there is value to the vacation they're planning. Today's traveler, who has special needs, must have confidence in their advisor that he/she knows how to provide expert advice and assistance to ensure their goals for safety, comfort, and value are met. My specialty is working with travelers with disabilities and/or who have special needs. I know how to meet and exceed your expectations. I'm certified by the International Tour Management Institute as a Certified Tour Manager, recognized as an ASTA Verified Travel Advisor, author of "Travel Tips and Trivia for Savvy Travelers," a Special Needs Certified Travel Counselor, and a Licensed Tour Guide.
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