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When we sailed on Allure in 2017, we were disappointed that there wasn’t an easy way for the counselors in Adventure Ocean to notify us regarding our son as we weren’t sure how our he would do. They had a few “radios” and we were lucky that they weren’t all gone the first time. Another time, the counselor acted strange and said they couldn’t give them out. We kept going back to check on him every 30 minutes which wasn’t relaxing at all. We are cruising in 2020 and we now wonder if there is a system in place for parental notification. TIA!
Can anyone offer suggestions for traveling with children with special needs. We have booked the Allure of the seas in July and have seen that they are Autism Friendly. Our son does not have autism he has compound developmental delays. But having someone who is aware of autism will at least be a step forward in the right direction. When we informed out travel agent about the issue we were given a 'Special Needs Form' and we will be contacting RCCL about it. Most of the needs discussed on the form are related to mobility (Wheelchairs) not the issues wit respect to our sons needs. Does anyone have experience that they can pass on. When we went to Disney we provided a doctors letter which assisted with items like wait times for rides and access to special areas. We want our son to experience the cruise and the excursions but frankly we are concerned that it might be better to leave him with relatives then take him on the cruise...