New Travel Agency Caters To Families With Autistic Children

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MILWAUKEE, WI – Wisconsin’s first travel agency focused on serving families affected by autism is now open in Milwaukee.

Autism Family Vacations is owned and operated by Sara Nowacki, a Certified Autism Travel Professional who has children of her own who possess special abilities. The agency is a part of the Autism Travel Support Network which provides options for travel with a family member on the autism spectrum.

“The vast majority of families affected by autism don’t take vacations to experience the joy and bonding of travel,” said Sara Nowacki, owner of Autism Family Vacations in a statement to Milwaukee Patch. “More and more resorts and destinations are training staff members and providing outstanding opportunities to engage and support family members on the autism spectrum. As a mother with children who have some special abilities, it’s an honor to provide this service to families.”

Autism Friendly Vacations can provide turn-key travel options for families. The list of compatible destinations that offer accommodations increases daily and includes Disney Parks, cruise lines, Caribbean resorts and domestic locations.

Families that would like to schedule a consultation may contact Autism Friendly Vacations at (414) 377-8611 or [email protected] For all the agency has to offer, visit the website www.autismvacation.com.

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