Wings for Autism
Boston Logan Airport
Wings for Autism is a program specifically designed to support families of children with autism, creating a travel test run to help ease the stress of airline travel. The program, founded in 2011 by Jennifer Robtoy Ryan, Director of Autism Services at The Charles River Center, has reached national adoption and is executed in major metropolitan cities around the country. Outside of New England, Wings for Autism programs are managed by the Arc, yet Wings’ creator Jennifer Robtoy Ryan, in conjunction with major airlines, airports, TSA and volunteer personnel, hosts Wings for Autism events several times a year across New England.
The Charles River Center also trains personnel at Logan Airport to help them accommodate families when traveling with a child with special needs.
Check out our Wings for Autism video!
Our next event will be held at Logan Airport in April or May. If you would like to attend, please click here to fill out the registration form.
For questions, please contact Jennifer Ryan, Director of Autism Support at 508-651-5914 or firstname.lastname@example.org.