William’s Den is holding special sessions for children with autism – and carers go FREE – Hull Daily Mail

Popular adventure play park William’s Den is now running disability friendly sessions.

The owners say the sessions have been specially created, especially for children with additional needs – including autism – and their families.

The sessions have been launched following feedback from parents, and the owners of the Den say they hope they will provide an opportunity for families to meet other families facing similar paths in a fun and safe environment.

Tor Carver, owner at William’s Den said: “We at William’s Den are committed to providing a setting for every child and their family/carer no matter what their needs.

“Our specially trained staff are continuously looking for ways to create play sessions, not just for the needs of the children, but also the needs of their parents/carers.

“Following feedback, we recognise that some parents feel isolated, therefore a session such as this would give them a chance to share experiences, chat and relax.

“We understand that children with heightened senses can find large noisy groups intimidating.

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