The Philadelphia Eagles have opened a state-of-the-art sensory living suite at Lincoln Financial Field for fans and families who live with sensory challenges.

According to phillyvoice.com, it was built, "in collaboration with the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, a long partner of the Eagles in autism-related endeavors, and KultureCity, a nonprofit dedicated to changing the world to benefit those with sensory needs."

The facility was designed by professionals and is equipped with things such as noise cancelling headphones, fidget tools, weighted lap pads, and verbal cue cards.

There are also trained employees that can recognize guests with sensory needs and they know how to work with people with sensory overload issues.

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