I have posted this on the disabilities board and am posting this here as well. My DF and I are taking our kids on the Oct 2, 2011 Dream Cruise and we are getting married as well on this cruise. Our kids will be DS 14, DS12, and DD 8 on the Cruise. DS 12, who is DF, son, is on the Autism spectrum, will be in the tween club on the cruise. This is not my first cruise, it will be my third, but DF, and DS12 first. I know that normally these kids are allowed free roam of the ship. Obviously we don't want that. We want to know where he is at all times. Do you know if it is possible to stop check-in privilidges for a tween in these circumstances. We don't want to think he is in the club and him be in the pool! I have talked to DCL and they did mention the possibility of dropping him down to the 8-10 yr old group with DD. Would these activities be to young for him? We want him to go and have a great time as well as the other two kids.