Spring is in the air, and the redbud trees are blooming! That also means summer is right around the corner, and THAT means it’s time to start planning our summer activities. For some parents, summer camps are the way to go; for others, vacation planning is in the works. Still others are happy to stay at home and enjoy each other’s company.
For those who may be looking for summer camps for 2022, here’s a link to the Indiana Resource Center for Autism’s summer camps list for 2022: https://www.iidc.indiana.edu/irca/articles/summer-camps-and-programs.html
Looking instead for information on accessible travel? The Library at the IIDC has several books that may be of interest:
101 Accessible Vacations: Travel Ideas for Wheelers and Slow-Walkers by Candy Harrington.
Accessible Vacations: An Insider’s Guide to 10 National Parks by Simon Hayhoe.
Accessible Vacations: An Insider’s Guide to 12 US Cities by Simon Hayhoe.
The Child with Autism Goes to Florida: Theme Park & Resort Guide, Tips and Ride Reviews by Kathy Labosh.
The Essential Guide to Safe Travel-Training for Children with Intellectual Disabilities by Desirée Gallimore.
Everything You Need to Know about Wheelchair Accessible Cruising by Sylvia Longmire.
Squeaky Wheels: Travels with my Daughter by Train, Plane, Metro, Tuk-Tuk and Wheelchair by Suzanne Kamata.
Starbrite Traveler: A Travel Resource for Parents of Children with Special Needs by Jesemine Jones.
Traveling with Service Animals: By Air, Road, Rail, and Ship Across North America by Henry Kisor.
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