Autism Friendly Vacations Awarded Hometown Hero Award

Sara Nowacki, Owner of Autism Friendly Vacations, Honored as Hometown Hero by Modern Woodmen
MILWAUKEE - Oct. 5, 2020 - PRLog -- Sara Nowacki, owner of Autism Friendly Vacations in Franklin, Wis., has been honored as a Hometown Hero by Modern Woodmen of America. Modern Woodmen financial representative Taren Sartler presented Nowacki with the award.

Modern Woodmen selects winners each year based on citizens that make a difference in their community. The Hometown Hero award entitles the recipient to select a charity and Modern Woodmen will donate in the recipient's honor. Nowacki choose the Autism Society of Southeast Wisconsin.

Nowacki said, "I am grateful to help families who have a member on the Autism spectrum and didn't think they could travel and have the ability to experience a vacation for the first time. I'd like to thank Modern Woodmen and Taren Sartler for this honor."

Autism Friendly Vacations is dedicated to finding and securing travel options that are autism friendly.  Their partner destinations have been reviewed and certified that they create sensory-friendly options for families. Throughout the process and while you travel, Sara will be with you, every step of the way – to answer your questions, arrange any special accommodations you may need and help you if issues arise.

Sara Nowacki is the owner of Autism Friendly Vacations. She is also the owner of Platinum Travel. Autism Friendly Vacations works with families who have a child on the spectrum to ensure all of their travel needs are met when on vacation.

To find out more about how Platinum Travel can help you explore the world and create vacation memories, conact Sara Nowacki at or call Sara at 414-377-8611.

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