If you're looking for a tropical vacation, The Big Island Hawaii is an amazing choice for a vacation when traveling with a loved one with autism. One thing that sets the Hawaiian islands apart is that you get a tropical escape with the comforts of not leaving the country.
If your child has specific things they need, you will likely be able to find them in Hawaii. There's just enough familiarity with language and food that many families with autism are able to visit Hawaii and have wonderful vacations. Additionally, you don't have to worry about things like have a passport or standing in long customs lines when you return.
Come as a family to relax, reconnect, explore the Island, and take in the calm and serene beauty.
A beautiful place to build memories. The entire family can enjoy the majestic, quiet, and peaceful setting with many opportunities to explore and connect to nature.
Caregivers Wellness Retreats for Health and Heling
Upcoming Retreat 2020
This is your time to renew, nourish, and be nurtured.
Customized retreats to fit your needs.
Your retreat of renewal can be balanced with free time to relax on beaches, explore the towns, and experience your own sacredness.
Massages, health education, mind-body restorative healing, meditation, yoga, health education, sacred sound healing, and much more.
A time to go deeper while on beautiful Hawaii with self-renewal, reflection, and wandering through our luxurious setting in paradise!
This is also playtime to enjoy the other wonderful guests that have joined us on the journey, so depending on if you feel social or quiet, both options are possible.
A retreat in which we will focus on ways that caregivers can cultivate balance in their lives and work.
Whether you are a family members, nurses, hospice workers, therapists, home health aides, or in another helping profession, caregivers feel a deep sense of compassion and purpose in their work.
These are the benefits of caregiving. However, caregiving is also incredibly challenging work. Stress, heartbreak, and fatigue are all part of the caregiver’s job description. Even for those of us with the best intentions, the possibility of burnout is always present.
That’s why it’s vitally important that caregivers take care of themselves, so that they can continue to perform their compassionate work for others.
For More Information on Big Island Hawaii Retreats please contact us at link below.