Each child deserves to have vacation, just like the adults. Planning weekend or annual vacation will be very exciting. You and your children have the right to feel free from daily routine and enjoy the beauty of other areas. Since you have children, you cannot decide where to go yourself. Ask and discuss about the location to visit. This will be very interesting since vacation is not just about getting beautiful scenery, but it is also the way to learn other cultures, foods, behaviors, and traditions. What about if you have special child, like the ADHD one? Still, he needs and deserves to go for vacation. You may be afraid if he cannot be controlled in new place. The excitement of a planned vacation can turn quickly into disaster.
Most parents will expect that their children will be very happy during vacation since they have spent the time and enough money. But, you cannot expect too much due to your ADHD child. So, introduce the plan slowly and see what he thinks about it. He may not give attention quickly. You are not recommended to talk about vacation too often or doing a countdown to vacation. This will make your child become confuse. Keep on your vacation schedule and let your child feel the difference at the departure day. He will not do the daily routine and be excited on the new activity. The hardest challenge will happen during the trip. He may get bored easily and angry because he cannot do something he likes. Entertain him maximally and make sure he feels comfortable.
On the vacation area, you may not apply the daily routine simply because it is holiday. If your child wants to stay up later or eat at odd hours, it will be fine. Weather differences can ruin your vacation. For example, if your child is not accustomed to the warm and tropical place, you should not take him to there. The point is your ADHD child has to feel comfortable to avoid the chance of ruining the entire vacation. There is a big chance that he will be excited of the new place. He likes the schedule of your vacation, such as visiting museum, temple, amusement park, lake, and other places.