Game Station Celebrates Autism Awareness Day with Bonus Cards

Game Station Celebrates Autism Awareness Day with Bonus Cards

Game Station has announced a special initiative to underscore the importance of inclusion and diversity in society. In honor of World Autism Awareness Day, observed on April 2nd, all Game Station stores will welcome individuals with autism to enjoy the various attractions offered. Last year, during the event, 5,000 R$50 bonus cards were donated.

Supporting Inclusivity

“Dates like this remind us that fun is for everyone. Studies show that Brazil is home to at least 4 million people with autism and over 16 million with some form of disability. It is essential to provide more equitable conditions for this population across all sectors,” says Paula Margolis, commercial director of Game Station.

How to Participate

To take part in this year’s special action at Game Station and receive a R$50 bonus card to visit any network unit on April 2nd, interested individuals with autism must register or be registered through this link and deliver 1kg of non-perishable food at the chosen park on the same day as the card redemption.

Registration is free and requires the presentation of an ID card or medical report confirming the participant’s condition. The quantity of cards to be donated is limited.

Additional Support

In addition to the bonus cards, individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) will have access to noise-canceling headphones in most units at no extra cost. This care is already part of Game Station’s daily routine, which also promotes other permanent actions for the benefit of individuals with autism, such as 50% discounts on birthday party packages, a free round of collective attractions, priority in lines, and discounts of up to half the value in promotions at the checkout or via the Clube Game Station e-commerce.

Creating Inclusive Experiences

“Our goal is to provide a welcoming and inclusive environment for all our visitors, regardless of their differences. To achieve this, we have invested in a series of practices, such as training for employees, physical adaptations to attractions, and benefits for neurodivergent individuals and those with disabilities, with the aim of creating memorable and accessible experiences,” concludes Paula.

Join Us in Making a Difference

Celebrate diversity and inclusion with Game Station on April 2nd. Together, we can create a world where everyone feels valued and included. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to make a positive impact in the community. Join us for a day of fun and acceptance!

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