Re: [ACMESkydiver] Know anyone with Austism/Asperger's that has been in a windtunnel?
If you want to try the windtunnel with your boys, I would recommend you to make sure you can leave the tunnel immediately, if they panic. I only know the Skyventure Orlando Tunnel and there you are usually in there for 30 minutes (not really flying, but in the chamber). So you should either choose a tunnel, with you can leave anyway or talk to the instructors, so in case they shut down for a minute to let you out. I'm not an expert, but just an idea you might think about. I wish you and your family the very best!
PS I'm nutrition scientist and I have heard about effencts of certain food on autism. I'm pretty sure you are very good informed about autism, but if you need more information, send me a PM.
(This post was edited by freeflygirlz on Mar 11, 2005, 2:39 PM)