Day of laser tag planned for ASD families in Timmins 

October 17, 2017 by  

Children and teens with autism can often have social and sensory processing issues that can keep them form enjoying certain activities, and a day of laser tag has been planed for Timmins that will be both socially and sensory friendly.

During the activity, which will be held at NEO Laser Tag, participants can take part in three sessions. They will be able to choose from glow in the dark mini putt, laser tag or spending time in the Kids’ Zone, and their families are also welcome. Everyone is asked to make sure they wear socks, including parents and caregivers, and each child must be accompanied by an adult during their visit to the venue. Additional game tickets as well as food will be available for purchase on site.

The event is being offered on a free of charge basis to children with autism spectrum disorders as well as their siblings and immediate family. Each person will need to register ahead of time, and parents are reminded that only a limited number of spaces will be open. Flyers that promote a day of activities like this can be designed and printed by a local printer.

This special activity has been scheduled for November 6th. More information can be found by contacting the organizer through its website.