Fota Wildlife Park is now Autism Friendly

29 August 2019
By Mary Bermingham
mary@TheCork.ie

Karen Murphy, Sinead Donnachie, Fota Wildlife Park, Roisin Fitzgerald, Adam Harris, Founder & Chief Executive Officer AsIAm, Sean McKeown, Director Fota Wildlife, Erica Field, Fota Wildlife Park and Tony O’Dywer, Head of Operations Fota Wild Life Park at the announcement that Fota Wildlife Park, one of the countryÕs leading visitor attractions, has been given Autism-Friendly Accreditation from AsIAm, Ireland’s National Autism Charity. The award comes following a period of training and the development of tools and supports to assist autistic people, and their families, visiting the attraction and the development of an Autism Inclusion Charter which makes short, medium and long term commitments to autism accessibility.
PICTURE Darragh Kane Photography
Rois’n Fitzgerald, Fota Wildlife Park and Adam Harris, CEO and Founder of AsIAm at the announcement that Fota Wildlife Park, one of the countryÕs leading visitor attractions, has been given Autism-Friendly Accreditation from AsIAm, IrelandÕs National Autism Charity. The award comes following a period of training and the development of tools and supports to assist autistic people, and their families, visiting the attraction and the development of an Autism Inclusion Charter which makes short, medium and long term commitments to autism accessibility.
PICTURE Darragh Kane Photography
Sean McKeown, Director of Fota Wildlife Park, Rois’n Fitzgerald, Fota Wildlife Park and Adam Harris, CEO and Founder of AsIAm at the announcement that Fota Wildlife Park, one of the countryÕs leading visitor attractions, has been given Autism-Friendly Accreditation from AsIAm, IrelandÕs National Autism Charity. The award comes following a period of training and the development of tools and supports to assist autistic people, and their families, visiting the attraction and the development of an Autism Inclusion Charter which makes short, medium and long term commitments to autism accessibility.
PICTURE Darragh Kane Photography

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