Fun park says sorry for treatment of autistic tour group - National News - Independent.ieAisling Byrne said that on arrival at the Drogheda-based park, the group showed staff their autism cards -- which most parks acknowledge by allowing early access.
"We asked if the children could be brought in ahead of the queue as children with autism find waiting hard -- again the staff member hasn't a clue and said I don't know, I don't think so."
An Aisling Byrne then went about posting a complaint on Facebook which yesterday had 8000 'likes'
The report never mentions that arrangements were made in advance by the Autistic Group, surely Aisling Byrne would have been better prepared by calling in advance with regard to her groups special needs rather than wasting time on Facebook post her cock-up?
This is a huge problem with social media, a large well organised body such as Ms Byrnes can inflict lots of damage on an innocent company that knew no better due of the needs of Ms Byrnes groups because of her inability to communicate in advance*
*no such noted in News article
word for word the IT has the same article today!!!