The Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders are pleased to partner with Curemark on a Sensory Safe Suite at PNC Field. Suite Six on the Geisinger Champions Club Level has been redesigned as a fun, accommodating and functional space for families with children on the autism spectrum and with special needs to help better enjoy the game.
The Curemark Sensory Safe Suite has features that provide a comforting, relaxing and less stimulating space for guests to experience RailRiders game while still being fun and functional. This allows guests in the suite to decompress and enjoy baseball with their family away from the louder, hectic and often over-stimulating environment in other areas of the ballpark.
For the 2022 season, one family will be chosen to use the room per game at no charge. The Curemark Sensory Safe Suite can hold a group of up to 18 people on any given game night. Families can request use of the room by filling out the request form below.
For more information, please contact Jordan Steiner, the Director of Community Relations for the RailRiders, at [email protected].com or by calling (570) 558-4616.