“Special Needs” that is, inclusiveness and more
All the tours and workshop activities are already designed to be fully inclusive; however, they can also be remodelled to meet specific needs. This means the presence of those proficient in sign language is envisaged should there be any children with hearing difficulties;
all the visit layouts are designed to remove architectural barriers for those with motor problems; the material can be specially adapted for those with poor eyesight; for those who are blind there are multi-sensorial visits available in four different museum; and it is possible to personally adapt materials for children with learning difficulties.
Do not hesitate to contact us at email@example.com so that, together, we can make all that we offer fully inclusive.