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Sesame Place is World's first Autism-certified Theme Park

Nice...provided it can survive as a profit-making enterprise. Theme parks are notoriously complex, competitive and difficult to operate, insure and maintain over time. So much liability concentrated in one place.

Though I doubt it will prompt the largest theme parks to adjust accordingly.
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Things like this seem like a move in the right direction, albeit a small one. Recognition is not the same as understanding.
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