LANGHORNE, Pa. -- Pennsylvania's Sesame Place is the first theme park in the world to receive a very important distinction.
The entire staff at the theme park in Langhorne, Bucks County, has completed autism sensitivity and awareness training. The completion designates Sesame Place as a Certified Autism Center.
"As the first theme park in the world to complete the training and become a CAC, Sesame Place is better equipped to offer families inclusive activities for children with autism and other special needs," Sesame Place park president Cathy Valeriano said in a statement.
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The certification comes at the start of National Autism Awareness Month.
Sesame Place opens for its 38th season on April 28.