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Two people on adaptive cycle at NEDS school
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Special Needs Destinations And Programs For Travelers

There are many special needs destinations and travel programs, both to snow and sand vacation resorts, that offer fun for the whole family, including those with physical...

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Family watching manatees float in the warm lagoon water of the Lake Worth Lagoon.
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Arriving in Heaven at Palm Beach, Florida

There are many Palm Beach County attractions to please the active family year-round and, in summer, this upscale beach town becomes a family bargain. Visiting...

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Travelers choose to distance themselves from others in the PUJ Airport departures lounge.
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The Latest Holiday Travel Tips and Trends for Winter 2021

Eager to travel this season and wondering about the latest holiday travel tips and hacks? We got you covered. There’s good...

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Aerial view of the Sustainability Pavilion at Dubai World Expo 2020
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Dubai World Expo Is A Dazzling World’s Fair

The United Arab Emirates welcomes visitors to the dazzling Dubai World Expo from Oct. 1, 2021 to Mar. 31, 2022. During this six-month period, the 1,100-acre

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The “Harmonious” fireworks show at Epcot.
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50 Reasons to Visit Disney World at 50

Did you ever think you’d be around to see Disney World at 50? I hadn’t even met my spouse when they opened Walt Disney’s second magical theme park, in Florida, in 1971. In...

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Inside of Luray Caverns are double columns of stalactites of enormous size.
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The Throwback Charms Of A Big Shenandoah Valley Roadtrip

A "Big Valley" or Shenandoah Valley road trip combines small town Americana charm, natural wonders and a multitude of attractions that are tailor-made for kids -- even those with...

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Couple standing inside a recess in Hocking HIlls State Park, Ohio
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Forest Bathing in Hocking Hills, Ohio

Get familiar with Shirin-yoku, the Japanese concept of forest bathing, to understand the appeal of a walk in the woods in Ohio’s Hocking Hills State Park. Immaculate...

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The Millennium chairlift at Ski Santa Fe.
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Ski Santa Fe, New Mexico’s Multigenerational Mountain Resort

Thanks to its proximity to Ski Santa Fe in the mountains just to the east, this historic southwestern city affords a multi-generational family easy access to diversions for skiers...

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Mom hugging boy
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10 Tips For Vacationing With A Child Who Has Autism

For the parent of a child or close relative on the autism spectrum, many questions come up each day, even more so when trying to plan a family vacation with autism needs.

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