As with most events there will be a proportion of people with special needs or disabilities that will require a carer to attend with them.
How do people control this though? Although the vast majority of applications for a free carer ticket will be genuine, there will always be an element that will possibly abuse the system.
How do you prove a child has autism or aspergers for example and therefore needs a free carer ticket? In the grand scheme of things the amount of carer tickets could be quite small but I’d just be interested in how people approach ticket sales for disabled and special needs people who request a carer ticket?
At what point do you stop?
Do people stop sales on a given date?
I know for one, as an event organiser I’m so busy in the few days leading up to my event I dont get much time to process individual orders for free carer passes for people that have left it right until the last few days to decide they want to attend.
Be interested to read some of your experiences and advice.