Certified Autism Center TMSix Flags has been designated as a Certified Autism Center (CAC) from the International Board of Credentialing and Continuing Education Standards (IBCCES). We are excited to enhance our level of service and our team members are currently undergoing the certification process. We will be ready to welcome you as a Certified Autism Center in early spring. We will continue to update this page as more information is available. Water Park Guide This Six Flags Water Park Guide includes important information to assist Guests with planning their visit to the park and enjoy its various attractions, rides, services and amenities. In this Guide, Guests will find specific information for individuals with disabilities along with general policies and guidelines. We work closely with the manufacturer of each of our rides and our policies incorporate the manufacturers’ guidelines as well as the requirements of the Americans With Disabilities Act. We hope that this Guide will help Guests make the best choices to ensure a safe, comfortable and convenient experience at the park. If, at any time, Guests need additional assistance or a further explanation of our policies and guidelines, they should feel free to ask any Six Flags Team Member. VIEW GUIDE Wheelchairs For your convenience, wheelchair rentals are also available next to the lockers after the Entry Plaza. The fee for a standard wheelchair is $25 plus a $50 deposit, ECV is $60 with a $20 deposit and the ECV with a Canopy is $70 with a $20 deposit. Because there are a limited number of wheelchairs for rent, we suggest you bring your own and/or come early to ensure availability. Guests may also use their own wheelchairs. If you need to take the rented wheelchair outside of the park, a Team Member escort is necessary to do so. Please ask for assistance at the park Exit. Service Animals Trained service animals are welcome at our Six Flags Theme Parks. Service animals are defined as dogs that are individually trained to do work or perform tasks for people with disabilities. Examples of such work or tasks include guiding people who are blind, alerting people who are deaf, pulling a wheelchair, alerting and protecting a person who is having a seizure, reminding a person with mental illness to take prescribed medications, calming a person with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) during an anxiety attack, or performing other duties. Service animals are working animals, not pets. The work or task a dog has been trained to provide must be directly related to the person’s disability. Dogs whose sole function is to provide comfort or emotional support do not qualify as service animals. Miniature horses that have been individually trained to do or perform tasks for people with disabilities will qualify as service animals. Service animals must be house broken and remain on a leash or harness and under the control of their handler at all times. Guests whose service animal demonstrates aggressive and/or annoying actions toward a Guest or Team Member will be directed to remove the animal from the park. Service animals are welcome in most locations of the park. However, park Team Members will not take responsibility for, or provide care to any service animal. Therefore, a member of your party must be available to stay with the animal while you ride. Further, the Park has service animal relief areas which are designated on the Park Map for the convenience of guests and their service animals. PARK MAP Personal Care Attendant Program The Personal Care Attendant (PCA) program is designed to accommodate guests with disabilities who are in need of support services such as personal hygiene, eating, toileting, transferring, safe movement, maintaining continence and/or medication management, in order to participate in the Park’s goods, services and attractions. The PCA’s attendance is required to enable the guest to participate in the Park’s goods, services and attractions. The PCA is not a guest and shall not participate in any of the Park’s good, services or attractions separate and apart from their client. The PCA receives compensation for the PCA’s services, and the PCA is professionally licensed as a home health aide. If the Park discovers that the guest or the PCA has misrepresented the purpose of the PCA or that the PCA has acted as a patron of the Park as opposed to a PCA, the PCA and the guest will be expelled from the Park and may be barred from future entry.
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