A recent event at Airbound Trampoline Park, Dundalk, in aid of Irish Autism Action attracted tremendous local support as part of Autism Awareness month.
On the day, hundreds of guests attended the open day to support the charity and also to learn more about the facilities on offer at Airbound.
The CEO of Irish Autism Action, Kevin Whelan attended the event along with Niall Murphy, the information officer for the organisation. Niall spoke about the day saying, “It was a great success and fun was had by all. We were delighted with the turnout, and the support from the Dundalk community was outstanding.”
Local TD and member of the Oireachtas Health Committee, Peter Fitzpatrick also attended the event and said “Autism is a serious issue worldwide, and I encourage everyone to give as much support as possible to Irish Autism Action. I applaud the great awareness created by the event today.”
Autism Awareness Month took place this April with events have being held throughout Ireland in aid of Irish Autism Action, including Blue Nose Day.
These events have generated greater awareness and much needed funds in support of the cause.
The Airbound Trampoline Park staff want to continue to educate their community about all aspects of trampolining including the benefits it has for people with Autism, as well as a brand new way of exercising and getting fit.
Airbound is also the perfect venue for kids parties, and even Hen and Stag events. For more information, please visit the Airbound Facebook page
For further information on Irish Autism Action, please visit www.autismireland.ie
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