The City of Bullas will have this year during the celebration of their holidays with a day in which for a few hours there will be no noise at the fair, so that girls and boys with autism spectrum disorder can go to enjoy the attractions with complete tranquility.
The initiative adopted by the Department of Social Welfare and Welfare will be launched next Monday from 12 to 14 hours, coinciding with the day that a discount is applied at the fair.
Which means that the fair will turn off the music, the lights will be fixed without flashing and the attractions will slow down.
Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is a neurobiological developmental disorder that manifests itself during the first three years of life and will last throughout the entire life cycle.
Children suffering from this disorder are characterized in general by the difficulty in processing the information of the environment, whether auditory, visual or tactile.
In most cases, they feel bombarded by the information they receive from their senses.
"We will continue working to get a more accessible municipality, this is a first step that thanks to the good predisposition of the traders we have been able to develop" says the Councilor for Social Welfare, Agustín Vicente Madrid, who will invite the Northwest associations of people with autism to come that particular day to enjoy the attractions.
"We want leisure to be available to all and all without any discrimination and continue advancing in equality and real inclusion of people with disabilities" concludes Madrid.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Bullas