“Autism Friendly” isn’t good enough
Research has shown that engaging in stimulating activities such as travel, animal and water interaction, and outdoor play are therapeutic for children and individuals on the autism spectrum.
Organizations across the globe claim to be “Autism friendly” but are not equipped to truly accommodate these guests. This has left families disappointed due to lack of trained and aware staff. As a result, destinations and other organizations have little to no credibility in this ever-growing market.
The IBCCES Certified Autism Center (CAC) certification recognizes organizations that have a highly trained staff and are fully equipped to serve the fastest growing population of developmental disorders.