Monday, May 18, 2009

Travel to Boston on a Private Jet

Ohhh, as someone with a heavy entrepreneurial spirit (in fact, my juices are flowing right now for a new business .... stay tuned for more on that at some point later in the year), I just love hearing about new entrepreneurs and their new enterprises, like this one.

One of my closest friends, Judy, sent me this link to share with you and others who may be interested. It's a new business called Autism Escapes, and it is the brainchild of a New Jersey couple who have a 10 year old autistic son. Here's the deal: As we all know, it is sometimes very difficult to travel with our autistic kids--I know this from firsthand experience--and so do the people at Autism Escapes. They get corporate jet owners and pilots to donate services so families can get a free private flight into Hanscom Air Force base in Lexington, and transportation to Mass General's renowned LADDERS program for autistic kids. Parents get to utilize the autism programs, doctors and therapists in Boston without the worries of getting here.

Read more here...

4 comments:

Tanya @ TeenAutism said...

Sounds like a good program!

Susan Senator said...

LADDERS is awesome. Dr. Margaret Bauman is one of the founders and she was Nat's evaluating neuropsychologist. He went to LADDERS (back when it was a hole in the wall in Cambridge) in 1993 for OT and speech. Unbelievable what is available these days for families. That is tremendous!

subalin said...

The Private Jet Charter can travel to any location of the world, it an reach around 5000 airports around the world and this include many suburban locations. When traveling to Boston, i would suggest you to use a private jet to fly fast and safely. And main advantage is that you do not need to waste your valued time at any place.

raven said...

Very nice program, really a great gift for those families with an autistic child to see top specialists in the field. Thank you for sharing. Keep it up.

Raven
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