The Florida theme park scene is getting a new accommodation for people with disabilities.
Universal Studios Florida said this week that it has opened a quiet room.
The space is intended to “further assist our guests with cognitive disabilities,” according to Kristen Clark Smith, senior manager of public relations at Universal Orlando Resort.
“We’re always seeking ways to provide the best possible experience for our guests, and we created the quiet room to better serve the needs of our diverse guests, including those with autism,” Smith said. “The new quiet room provides a quiet, low-stimulation space for guests who need a break from the noise and crowds of the theme park.”