Disability awareness training for public facing staff members

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Stephen Florek
2 weeks ago
I'm for it

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Ghislaine Povey
2 weeks ago
As a disabled person I should be sble to enjoy theme parks as should every other human

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hannah McCready
2 weeks ago
I have 2 children with hidden disabilities, one of whom has had to use a wheelchair for a period of time, so I know how very challenging a day out can be. What Hannah and her family encountered during their visit to Alton Towers is inexcusable and, without a doubt, disability awareness training (along with some basic customer service skills) is paramount for AT staff.

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maxine cross
2 weeks ago
My daughter has a hidden disabilities

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Fiona Connor
2 weeks ago
We are a diverse family who already face enough challenges on days out without the places we visit adding more obstacles. In the name of equality all families should be able to enjoy your park regardless of disability

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Steph Curtis
2 weeks ago
Disability awareness training for every employee is really the minimum which should be happening.

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Griffin Obright
3 weeks ago
I myself have a disability and have seen first hand how ignorant the public often is

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Suzanne Ovenden
4 weeks ago
It's disgusting how he was treated. They should be sacked since they handled it so badly and nastily. Hope the parent sent a written complaint to the management and also to the business bureau to flag their concerns do they'd have it addressed. Put it in the papers and publicise it too.

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rita fraser
Apr 22, 2021
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Teresa Brooks
Mar 13, 2021
I've worked in the disability industry, have family with disabilities, and experience my own limited physical abilities. I know just how hard it can be to be treated with respect and understanding by others, so I'm 110% behind you in bringing education to those who should be but are sadly lacking in common decency and sense.