This airport “rehearsal” program is specially designed for individuals with autism spectrum disorders, their families and aviation professionals. Visit the Wings for Autism website to learn more about this initiative and upcoming events.
The Society for Accessible Travel & Hospitality (SATH) is an educational nonprofit membership organization whose mission is to raise awareness of the needs of all travelers with disabilities.
This webpage offers suggestions and tips that people with autism and/or family members may want to consider when traveling.
The fact sheet provides a brief overview of car sharing, discusses the registration process, outlines general rules and other important things to know.
This fact sheet provides an overview of bike sharing (what it is, how it works, and associated costs).
The document, developed by Co-Director Amy Goodman, provides a list of safety tips that individuals with disabilities may want to consider while walking in public.
This booklet contains social stories on air travel for children and adults with autism. Accompanied by pictures and short sentences, it is intended to improve an individual’s understanding of airport procedures.
This publication guides customers through ADA applications for the motorcoach industry so that riders know how to ensure the best, most accessible ride on their next vacation, tour or excursion.
This pocket guide, produced by Easter Seals Project ACTION, provides transit riders with tips on what to do if they find themselves unsure of how to proceed with their trip.
This organization, located in Trenton, NJ, provides family support services and programs to individuals with autism and their families, including recreational programs and socialization opportunities in the community.