An Ice Hockey Game That is Sensory Friendly? Check Out What The Reading Royals Are Doing.

An Ice Hockey Game That is Sensory Friendly? Check Out What The Reading Royals Are Doing.

Carol Spencer is President of the Autism Association and couldn’t be more grateful for the evening the Reading Royals will stage for individuals with autism. Carol shares her story and challenges her family face raising their 14-year old son who was diagnosed with autism at 2 ½ years of age.

To have The Reading Royals create a sensory friendly hockey game means the world to her family. The Royals are even providing a quiet room. She says this game provides an opportunity to expose her son to something he family normally wouldn’t enjoy. Because the Royals care enough to lower lights and sound individuals with autism can share the excitement of a hockey game. Carol says an event like this is “so hard to find”. The Reading Royals are all about helping others in the community and Carol Spencer and the Autism Association will work to share the goodness in the community.

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