Virgin is developing 'autism-friendly' package holidays

Virgin is developing 'autism-friendly' package holidays

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Virgin is working with parents and campaigners to develop “autism-friendly” holiday packages, The Independent can reveal. Jo-Ann D’Costa-Manuel, founder and director of charity Autism Parent Empower, said she was in talks with Virgin Holidays about a number of new initiatives to make holidays easier for families with autistic children.
21 Feb 2017 - General
This article described a story when the parents brought their son with autism to plane. Difficulties including the son screaming, kicking, hitting and doing everything he could to get off the plane.

Apart from the airline companies developing 'autism-friendly' packages, I'm sure passengers also need to be more educated regarding the symptoms of autism and be more accepting and supporti...
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