AP Podcast - Episode 112: Meredith Tekin talks about best practices for serving a diverse audience and why saying you are autism-friendly just isn't enough.
Meredith Tekin is President of IBCCES, the International Board of Credentialing and Continuing Education Standards. Among other services, they provide a certification program for facilities who want to do everything they can to serve their diverse audience. In this fascinating conversation, Meredith dispels some of the myths around guests with autism, breaks down best practices all attractions can abide by and how to best leverage the talents of your varied workforce.
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