September 25, 2020

At Aquatica Orlando, signs that SeaWorld’s water park is becoming autism-friendly

Past the colorful playground where children splash at the Aquatica Orlando, a new quiet room tries to mute the laughter and the music from the loudspeaker when everything becomes too overwhelming. These recent changes at the water park are meant to send a welcoming message to people with autism.

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