Blog Tag: travel

Tropical sunset over ocean.

Sensory-Friendly Travel: 5 Lessons

Does travel always mean sensory overload?  Especially for autism travel? Urbanization, crowding, noise, mass media, social media, technology, and the explosive growth of information all contribute to sensory overload.  With so many environmental elements that affect an individual, it’s no wonder that in today’s world the body’s senses experience over-stimulation from the environment.  This is

Boy and girl looking at exhibit at museum.

10 Ways to Make Tourism Sensory-Friendly

Being sensory-friendly helps travellers and visitors who have sensory sensitivities and experience sensory overload.  This also affects more people than you might think.  Becoming sensory-friendly can be quite simple.  A few changes make all the difference to visitors and travellers.   Travelling with autism for families with an autistic child can be especially difficult due to

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