A part of Alumni Cruises, Autism on the Seas provides group cruises with dedicated services for families of children with autism. The services include, but not limited to, private dining rooms, private rock climbing, private children's activities and more. Four cruises are targeted for 2008. For more information, please visit www.autismontheseas.com.
A non-profit association that promotes accessible travel and provides resources for individuals and families with disabilities. Visit www.sath.org
Here is your page for information on services provided by Amtrak for those with disabilities.
As a travel writer I love to discover new methods to cheaper rooms beyond the Hotwire, Priceline, Travelocity, Orbitz, Kayak and so on. I discovered a nonprofit website that scans hundreds of other websites to bring you dozens if not hundreds of hotel rooms in your destination. I use this site each time I visit New York City. Each time, I find a hotel that was not otherwise listed on the aforementioned websites. Try it and see if you like -- www.hotelscombined.com Also check out Travel Zoo for the latest deals.
Here is a tip: Search Hotels Combined or your favorite travel site to see the going room rate. Then call the hotel directly. You may receive a lower rate and your cancellation policy will be more flexible.
Check out this comprehensive section on traveling in Orlando. Yup, I have a few articles there but there are other great resources. http://www.orlandovacation.com/planning-help/autism/