Yes, we have made that accommodation before and we will work with the parents to make sure that we are communicating and understanding each other effectively.
The guides are very well-prepared and I believe they would be able to assist as needed. Of course, that all depends on the level or type of Autism.
I think they would be fine. The guides should be able to help them as long as they will listen. They will go through the whole process in the beginning and then you have a short line thAt you go on to show the guides you understand how to maneuver the line and understand how to stop your self.
Yes. The staff is really good and they will be able to help the boy on each side
I wouldn’t recommend zip lining for someone who’s severely autistic. On this tour, you have to apply your own hand brakes. There’s also a chance your child would stop on the line and he may not be able to perform self rescue.
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