Wiki for Autism Resources at U.S. Airports (Video Content Now Available on YouTube; Media Interviews Published Internationally via Apple Podcasts) Wiki for Autism Resources at U.S. Airports (Video Content Now Available on YouTube; Media Interviews Published Internationally via Apple Podcasts)

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Tags: Autism, Airports, Airlines, Travel, Special Needs, Traveling With Autism, Sensory Rooms
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Video Content Now Available on YouTube
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This is a free wiki, intentionally developed to support community sharing of information and published with no ads, with a goal to provide guidance regarding the support being provided by airports for travelers affected by sensory issues. The wiki contains a high-level explanation of the resources outlined herein; a list of descriptions of resources by airports; and a description of resources near airports.
This site welcomes feedback as to the resources listed below and additional resources that are not yet on the site. Any suggestions should be sent via the instructions within the “Contact Us” link below.
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TravelingWiki had the opportunity to speak with WHO TV 13’s Erin Kiernan in Des Moines, Iowa as to Autism Advocacy. Video is available at See more “In The News” updates via the link above.
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TravelingWiki was highlighted in the 2023 TSA Year In Review Innovation Press Release and is now the resource provided by phone and via the TSA Cares website (see image below) for inquiries to TSA Cares related to Autism. See;
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U.S. Airports (Listed Alphabetically):
Akron-Canton Airport (CAK)
Atlanta Hartsfield Jackson International Airport (ATL)
Boston Logan International Airport (BOS)
Cleveland Hopkins International Airport (CLE)
Denver International Airport (DEN)
Fort Wayne Airport (FWA)
Indianapolis International Airport (IND)
LaGuardia Airport (New York) (LGA)
Kansas City International Airport (MCI)
Manchester, NH Airport (MHT)
Miami International Airport (MIA)
Minneapolis Airport (MSP)
Myrtle Beach International Airport (MYR)
Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR)
Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport (PHX)
Pittsburgh International Airport (PIT)
Portland (OR) International Airport (PDX)
Seattle International Airport (SEA)
Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport (ANC)
Tulsa International Airport (TUL)
Information About Resources Close to Airports
General Tips / Resources
Example Below of Autism-Focused Resource at U.S. Airport (CAK).
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Image Credit for Generic Airport Image At Top of Page: via “splash” images available for general usage at
Image Credit for CAK Sensory Room Immediately Above: Jonathan Sutter, Akron-Canton Airport.
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