It would appear that Alton Towers have listened and made the required changes, however, only time will tell.
Therefore, I suggest that Alton Towers and other similar venues need to be checked regularly on how persons with disabilities are looked after, as well as checks on the safety of rides.
A woman with cerebral palsy is to be involved in Alton Towers’ updated disability training after she was left in tears over treatment by staff.
The venue said it had made changes after Hannah Cheetham was publicly removed from a thrill ride when visiting with sister Becky last month.
Alton Towers apologised for that and other behaviour, and has since invited the pair back to discuss practices.
The sisters have agreed to return to the theme park.
They say they want to give disabled people a “better experience” by helping those in public-facing roles.
Becky Cheetham said she had been told her youtube video about the ordeal would form part of staff training.
Sister Hannah, who uses a wheelchair, visits the park annually as an “adrenaline junkie”, and has previously gone on every ride she wished.
But on 28 September, the pair from Greater Manchester were left upset, angered and…
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