Airport Sensory Room for Passengers with Special Needs

Shannon Airport in Ireland has officially opened Europe’s first airport sensory room for passengers with special needs. The sensory room, located off the airport’s Departure Lounge, is intended to offer a “relaxing environment” for passengers ahead of flying and is aimed at children and adults with neurodevelopmental challenges, including autism. Airport operations director Niall Maloney urged other airports to […]

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To Our Dear Beloved Mitra on the Occasion of Your 6th Birthday!

Birthdays are important for everyone and they need to be celebrated in special ways that focus on your achievements and growth as a person. We feel that it important to tell you just how much you have enriched our lives and shown us the true meaning of unconditional love and determination, Everyone is special in […]

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Travel Preparation for Passengers with Special Needs

Travel can be upsetting under the most favorable circumstances, yet when you need to consider incapacity, getting from indicate A point B can turn into considerably more disappointing. Carriers know this and do their part to make air go as agreeable and consistent as they can for each traveler. Very informative article by Sky Inclusion.

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Eating and Drinking Aid for Children with Special Needs

Eating a good and balanced diet is essential to our health and well-being, but sitting down to a family or group meal also provides us with an opportunity to socialize. And, since enjoying good food and pleasant company contributes to our psychological well-being, group or family mealtimes should be encouraged. This can become pretty hard […]

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Air Travel for Children with Special Needs

Air Travel can be challenging for everyone. It can be difficult to cope with the constant waiting, the sheer volume of people in one place, the assault on your sense of smell and the lack of personal space. But if you have sensory processing difficulties then air travel is not just challenging it can seem […]

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Behavior and Communication Puzzle – Questions we ask ourselves 24/7

Sadly, it took us long time to understand that Mitra’s explosive behaviors were exhibited on purpose. With no more energy left and with the lack of experience, we thought she used behavior to avoid a difficult situation, to gain attention, to harass us or just to be stubborn. It is true that sometimes it was […]

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Toy Choosing Tips for Parents of Children with Special Needs

Toys shopping can demand a lot of time and while most parents worry about choosing among a long list of potential toys, some parents hope to find just one or two toys that will make their child’s face light up with joy. Parents of children with special needs often struggle with buying toys. We know […]

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