Things have been to kind of crazy this week. We’re visiting family. Actually we’re helping one of my siblings move. I’m working while they’re working, and enjoying visiting when they take breaks. Okay, let’s get back to our discussion on how to choose the right destinations for your family when you have a child with special needs.
Once you have gotten some recommendations from your family and friends, you will want to start doing your research. And this probably means you are probably going to be doing some emailing. Think about the things your special needs child is going to need. Do they use a wheelchair or have other mobility issues? Are there cognitive issues? How important is it that he stays on a certain diets. Think about everything you are going to need, and start e-mailing the different places.
What does it take for your family to be comfortable? Would you want some kind of a kitchen? Should the pool have a lift? How important is it for you to have a quieter space?