Chuck E. Cheese to offer ‘Sensory Sensitive Sunday’ for children with autism

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Chuck E. Cheese is looking to make play time more inclusive.

Several locations will be reducing noise and dimming lights to accommodate children with autism and other special needs.

They plan to open two hours early on the first Sunday of each month for “Sensory Sensitive Sunday.

Food, games and trained care staff will be on the premises during the event.

Many centers plan to hold their first Sensory Sensitive Sunday on April 8.

A full list of participating locations across Illinois can be found on Chuck E. Cheese’s website.

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