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How the tourism industry – and other travellers – can help families of autistic children get the break they deserve

By Brian Garrod, Professor of Marketing, Swansea University
Allan Jepson, Senior Lecturer and Researcher, University of Hertfordshire
Raphaela Stadler, Associate Professor for Tourism and Event Management, MCI Management Center Innsbruck
Going on a family holiday is not always a relaxing experience. It can involve traffic jams, airport queues and stress. Even so, most of us look forward to going away for the change of scenery and break from our everyday routines.

For autistic children, though, these changes in environment and routine can be difficult…The Conversation

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