Hailed as the sensory-friendly event of the century, the theme park is transformed into a sensory-friendly environment where individuals on the autism spectrum, their educators, friends, and families can enjoy a worry-free day of thrills and fun.
Decompression areas, well-trained staff, and adjusted lighting and music are just a few of the modifications that contribute to the success of the event. Matt LaValle, manager from DDI’s Without Walls program, commented, “The individuals spent the day experiencing the rides, enjoying great food, purchasing souvenirs, and socializing with their peers. It was a wonderful trip full of fun and thrills.”
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