I know what most or all of us go through on a daily basis. Meaning not being to go all of the places we use to any more and for most it's ok, cause we just make this sacrafice for our babies, however I know that some here already have children whom are Autistic that are teens or almost young adults. I wanna know what am I looking at in 5 -10 years will I be able to get Isaac on a train or palne or will I always have to be grounded? I know I will travel but I wanna reach a day where I know we can travel as a family. Has anyones child ever traveled in one of these ways and if so how was it?
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