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Travel with a handicap child

This is a discussion on Travel with a handicap child within the Travel & Leisure forum, part of the MummySG Lifestyle category; Hi, We are planning to bring our 5-year-old CP (Cerebral Plasy) daughter for an oversea holiday in mid-November as it's ...

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    We are planning to bring our 5-year-old CP (Cerebral Plasy) daughter for an oversea holiday in mid-November as it's her birthday.

    We have decided to go on a Free & Easy trip as we know that we may hold back our tour mates if we should travel with a tour group.

    We hope to hear experiences from parents of handicap child whom they had brought them out of Singapore.

    Any suggestions and recommendations of places we can go and things we must look out for will be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks in advance.

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    Re: Travel with a handicap child

    dear daughter is a Club Rainbow member Useful Organisations, Special Schools and Therapies ... scroll to CRS

    I had attended 1 overseas trip with CRS - Star Cruise to Penang/Phuket. Since this is a big event, there are doctors and volunteers to take care of children with special needs. Maybe can try Star Cruise?

    Going alone means you plan and travel all by yrself. Even thru agt, there could be some restrictions .... depends on yr luck to get a good organiser. Would think a super light weight stroller with at least 1 recline position for yr gal is important. Since on wheels, crowded places and countryside where climbing is a taste of endurance and could ruin yr holiday mood. Sarong for long journey ... carry a 15kg child is no joke!

    Also, you need to consider medical supplies ... eg equipment or medication.

    I think Australia .... those western countries r more friendly to ppl with special needs.
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