Tulsa Airport has sensory rooms on both Concourse A and Concourse B designed for younger passengers in the Autism community with sensory issues.[1] The furniture includes different ottoman shapes and beanbag chairs that can be rearranged.  The airport provides fidget spinners for kids to help them release nervous energy.[2]

[1] https://flytulsa.com/news/tulsa-international-airport-opens-new-guest-services-areas-to-enhance-accessibility-to-air-travel/. [2] https://flytulsa.com/news/tulsa-international-airport-opens-new-guest-services-areas-to-enhance-accessibility-to-air-travel/.


Image Credit (Top of Page): Tulsa International Airport Image on MapQuest, available at https://www.mapquest.com/us/oklahoma/tulsa-international-airport-tul-8895358 (found via Google Image; cite to link available on Google Image search for “Tulsa Airport”).

Image Credit of Sensory Room (Bottom of Page): Tulsa International Airport, via https://flytulsa.com/news/tulsa-international-airport-opens-new-guest-services-areas-to-enhance-accessibility-to-air-travel/.

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