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Tips for traveling with children: Take control of your trip and have fun

4-travel-children-1Child Mind Institute, an organization dedicated to transforming mental health care for children, has compiled summer travel tips for children with disabilities.

Often parents are tempted to stay close to home to avoid adverse and unpredictable reactions and the possibility of meltdowns in public places, but the truth is: a kid with anxiety, autism, or any other hurdle is still 100 percent kid, and vacations can be a great way to get the whole family energized, active and playing.

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