Featured Certificant: Linda S.

Linda S.

Certified Autism Travel Professional (CATP), Travel Agent at Travel Unlimited

What’s your favorite part about what you do?

“Helping families who have an autistic person in their life attend a vacation that suits them and enables their autistic family member to enjoy the trip as well. Oftentimes, people with hidden disabilities are overlooked.”

How has your IBCCES training/credential helped you in your career?

To identify autism-friendly vacation spaces and to present the options to the families of the autistic individual.

How do you use/implement what you learned in the IBCCES certification training?

Knowing what autism is and how it affects people. Learning where these families can go to have a good time and not worry that their autistic relative will be left out.

More on how the IBCCES training has impacted Linda:

“Families who have an autistic person in their lives have a difficult time taking vacations in non-autism-friendly places. Knowing how to help these families and point them in the right direction is extremely helpful. People who do not have a relative with a hidden disability have no idea what it’s like to try to plan a fun time that the whole family can enjoy. There are autism-friendly vacation places and others that are not. Knowing which ones are autism-friendly can make a world of difference for the client.”

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