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SEA Airport Social Story and Resource Guide

COVID-19 and travel at SEA Airport More Information

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This social story and resource guide are designed for traveling through SEA during a world of mask-wearing and physical distancing. It is designed for travelers with autism to repeatedly review with their family/caregivers prior to travel. Though, it can certainly be used by anyone who might find it helpful. We hope this social story & resource guide proves helpful and we welcome your feedback.

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TSA Cares

TSA Cares is a helpline that provides travelers with disabilities, medical conditions, and other special circumstances additional assistance during the security screening process. Call 72 hours prior to traveling with questions about screening policies, procedures, and what to expect at the security checkpoint. You can call TSA cares at (855) 787-2227.

Sensory Room

The Sensory Room is provided as a calming environment for those who may feel overwhelmed, overstimulated, or find the need recenter from the multitude of sights and sounds of the airport travel experience. The Sensory Room is located on the train level of the A Gates STS Station in the long hallway near the elevators. You can use our interactive map for step-by-step directions.

Special thanks to our friends

The Arc of King County and Washington Autism Alliance & Advocacy for invaluable guidance and support with this Social Story & Resource Guide.

 

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