Six Flags Adapting Their Parks For Those with Sensory and Autism Needs

Six Flags Entertainment Corporation has announced that each of its 26 parks will earn the Certified Autism Center (CAC) designation, making it the first-ever family of parks to earn the designation at all of its locations, according to the company.

These parks will now provide various services in efforts to ensure a better experience for individuals with autism, including team members who the company says will be able to identify visual cues from guests with various cognitive disorders. A sensory guide provided by Six Flags will also be placed for each attraction to inform and help guests in need.

These parks will also have “in-park sensory spaces,” environments which Six Flags says will be relaxing and less stimulating. The organization will also expand their food menus at parks to accommodate guests with special needs.

Source:FOX 5

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