SeaWorld Orlando Becomes Autism Certified Theme Park
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Planning a vacation to Florida?
If you have a child with autism or other special needs, you may be interested to know that SeaWorld Orlando has officially become designated as a Certified Autism Center.
In partnership with IBCCES, the global leader in autism training for licensed healthcare professionals and educators around the globe, SeaWorld Orlando has joined Aquatica Orlando and Discovery Cove to become the first family of parks, in the world’s leading theme park destination, to be certified.
So that every family has an enjoyable and memorable visit, SeaWorld Orlando offers the following specialized services for guests with autism and other special needs, including:
- Quiet rooms
- Low sensory area
- Certified staff*
- Noise reducing headphones
- Park-specific sensory guide
- Ride Accessibility Program
*SeaWorld Orlando’s staff receive specialized training to ensure they have the knowledge, skills, temperament, and expertise to cater to all children, including those with special needs. Training takes place in the areas of sensory awareness, environment, communication, motor & social skills, program development, and emotional awareness, as well as a comprehensive autism competency exam.
Planning a trip? Buy in advance and save on tickets!
You can save $20 whenever you purchase a single park ticket at least three days before your visit; or save $45 when you purchase a two park ticket at least three days before your visit; or save $50 when you buy a three park ticket at least three days before your visit. Visit the SeaWorld website for even more park specials and discounts.