To coincide with World Autism Awareness Day, TraffordCity-based adventure golf attraction, Dino Falls Adventure Golf has launch Autism-Friendly sessions starting Tuesday 2nd April 2019.
With approximately 700,000 autistic adults and children in the UK*, the team at Dino Falls Adventure Golf have recognised the importance of making the course more accessible to those visiting with autism. The sessions, which will occur on the first Tuesday of each month from 5.30pm to 7.30pm, will include adjusted lighting, reduced sound and low-level music on the course.
Pete Styles, Director of Golf at Trafford Golf Centre and Dino Falls, said: “At Dino Falls, we pride ourselves on being accessible for all. The introduction of Autism Friendly sessions on the course will ensure a more comfortable and quieter experience for customers. We ask that all customers are respectful of the session and mindful when visiting during that time.”
Across TraffordCity, there are a range of Autism friendly session at various attractions including PlayFactore, Sea Life Manchester and Legoland Discovery Centre Manchester. intu Trafford Centre have developed ASC (autism spectrum conditions) guides to support shoppers (available online and at the customer service desk) and also have a number of supportive retailers including Build a Bear and Odeon Cinemas.
Trafford Golf Centre and Dino Falls Adventure Golf, located next to the M60, offers a ‘We proudly serve Starbucks Café and Bar’, 53 bay golf range, nine PGA professionals teaching from the Academy and the largest American Golf retail store in the North.
Promoting Trafford note – As part of the expanding leisure facilities at the Trafford Centre, and Trafford City generally, we’re sure these sessions will be welcomed by those with friends and family with autism.