Chuck E. Cheese's is expanding their "Sensory Sensitive Sundays" across the nation.
The event provides children with autism spectrum disorder and other special needs a sensory-friendly event on the first Sunday of each month.
Sensory Sensitive Sundays is a joint effort between the Center for Autism and Related Disorders and Chuck E. Cheese's.
According to the organizations, Chuck E. Cheese's will open two hours early on the day of the event with reduced lighting and noise, limited appearances from Chuck E. Cheese and less crowding.
The monthly event starts this Sunday, April 8. In Wisconsin, the special hours will be available at the Brookfield, Racine and Green Bay locations. For more information, click here.