The key to a successful adventure lies in preparation. Many of these activities require reservations or RSVP. We encourage families to contact these venues prior to leaving home.
Get up, dance, walk, shout or sing. Join AMC for special opportunity for individuals living with autism and others to enjoy their favorite films in a safe and accepting environment. Cost varies on location and tickets can be purchased the day of the event.
The purpose of the Opening Doors Program™ at the Autism Society of Colorado (ASC) is to provide sensory friendly, accepting, and accommodating experiences for individuals and families affected by ASD. With the help of businesses like Beau Jo’s, ASC is able to provide individuals and families affected by ASD with comfortable environments to dine, shop, and have fun!
The museum limits attendance and lowers ambient noise to increase the enjoyment for children with disabilities and their families.
RSVP and Questions to Traci McGrath @ 303-561-0108
2121 Children’s Museum Drive
Denver, CO 80211
RSVP to 303-866-4691
Denver, CO 80203
With a 1000-square-foot gym complete with a ball pit, active swing, basketball and a bay door to an outdoor play area, The Family Support Center’s Colorado Autism Center is the perfect location for those with an ASD to host their birthday party.
1330 Quail Lake Loop
Colorado Springs, CO 80906
This is a storytime developed for all ages, children through young adults, who are on the autism spectrum or differently-abled, and presented at a preschool level of development.
Questions to Laura Baldassari-Hackstaff @ 720-348-9530
9292 Ridgeline Blvd.
Highlands Ranch, CO 80129
Join the Museum for Sensory Friendly Playtime, a special Museum event for children with autism spectrum or sensory processing disorders. Playtime will be limited to 20 families, sounds and lights will be turned down, and adaptive equipment will be provided to ensure a safe and fun experience for all!
110 N. Harrison Ave.
Lafayette, CO 80026