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Should Disney Allow Autistic Guests To Not Wear A Mask?

Since businesses have slowly started to reopen, mask-wearing has been required at nearly everywhere you go in the United States. Theme parks across the board have been requiring masks at nearly every location across the country. Disney in particular has been known as a “stickler” about wearing them and has even amended their policy several

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Blue Man Group Offers Autism Friendly Show at Universal Orlando December 8, 2018

If you’ve seen Blue Man Group at CityWalk in Orlando, you know that it’s a high-energy show. It’s a rock concert with original music, unique visual effects, and comedy. For one day in December, Blue Man Group in Orlando is doing an autism-friendly performance in cooperation with Autism Speaks. Autism Speaks is the world’s leading autism science

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Cedar Point Adds Sensory Room For Families With Autistic Children

One of the trends we have noticed in 2018 is theme parks are becoming much more accommodating to people with autism. Recently, Cedar Point in Sandusky, Ohio added a new sensory room designed for people with autism who might need a place to get away from the hustle and bustle of the midway. This new

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A Theme Park First: Sesame Place Is Now Designated Autism Center

In a first for any theme park, Sesame Place in Pennsylvania has done something extraordinary for autism awareness. In a statement that was released just in time for autism awareness month, Sesame Place has been officially certified by the International Board of Credentialing and Continuing Education Standards (IBCCES) as a Certified Autism Center. What does this

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Cody Clark Returns to Orlando With His One-Man Magic Show

Longtime readers of Theme Park University know I’m a huge fan of magic. We have covered dozens of stories on Derren Brown, David Copperfield, the Magic Castle and many many more. What I love about what is happening to the genre, is magic shows have become more than just a series of tricks. A perfect

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