Celebrity Receives Certification From Autism On The Seas

Autism on the SeasCelebrity Cruises has just been awarded the Silver LevelAutism Friendly” certification from Autism on the Seas

The designation affirms that the line’s services, venues and amenities are suitable for guests with autism and developmental disabilities. 

The certification takes the following into consideration when assessing a ship’s eligibility:

1.        Cruise Staff Training 
2.        Youth Program 
3.        Pre-Vacation Planning & Services 
4.        Dining/Dietary 
5.        Disability Accommodations 
6.        Guest Satisfaction & Feedback 
7.        Support for “Cruises with Autism on the Seas Staff”

Some of Celebrity’s new Autism Friendly products and services include the Fun Factory Youth Program, an onboard program for children ages three to 11 that will now offer an autism-friendly toy-lending program.

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