“A million senses” start up business for people with autism

“A million senses” designs unforgettable holiday experiences fully adapted to people in the autism spectrum and their families.

The first social start up business providing travel services exclusively for people with autism and their families has widened its network to include Crete and the Aegean islands.

“Children with autism have daily therapies all year long. They can use the time to have fun during holidays. The professional caregivers will teach them how to adapt to new environment and new people quickly,” the company said in a statement.

According to “A Milion Senses” Communications Officer, Angela Menis, “our vision is to set up a destination map with a wide choice of holiday packages for families, from Greece and abroad, with conditions that ensure fun and relaxation for all. The goal is to make Greece an “Autism Friendly” destination. That is why we are constantly developing the network of “autism-friendly” accommodation, alternative activities and growing our team with special therapists all over Greece.”