Chuck E. Cheese’s Eyes Autism Market
[Source: Disability Scoop]
Children’s entertainment center Chuck E. Cheese’s is looking to make its offering more accessible to kids with autism and other special needs.
The restaurant chain says it is introducing “Sensory Sensitive Sundays,” a monthly event designed to provide a sensory-friendly environment.
During the two-hour offerings for families of those with special needs, participating Chuck E. Cheese’s will dim their lights, have smaller crowds, limit costumed characters and refrain from playing music or having other shows.
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