Chuck E. Cheese known for family fun, games and delicious food has launched Sensory Sensitive Sundays aimed at special needs families.

The 2 hour session has been designed to provide a sensory-friendly environment and will be introduced to it's New England, New York and New Jersery locations.

Sensory Sensitive Sundays will be held on the first Sunday of each month from 9am-11am.

Visitors will experience the restaurant with reduced lighting and noise with trained and caring staff on hand.

They will limit the number of people in the restaurant, limit the number of costumed characters and other shows during the two hour session.

The decision to roll out Sensory Sensitive Sundays to 54 locations in New England, New York and New Jersery came following successful pilot sessions in it's Attleboro, MA restaurant.

This will hopefully lead to a country wide roll-out later in 2017.

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