If you’ve flown before, you know the entire process can be exhausting. Now, imagine being a special needs child with sensory sensitivities—the lights, the sounds, the crowds, it’s all overwhelming and a lot to handle. Airlines around the U.S. have been implementing programs to help ease the stress for families traveling with special needs children, and airports have begun adding multi-sensory rooms to give children a calming place before boarding their plane. If you’re looking for a smoother travel experience, these airlines and airports are sure to be your saving grace.
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