Mets Latest to Add Sensory Nook for Neurodiverse Guests

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A new “dugout” has arrived at New York's Citi Field — one designed to help those with autism, ADHD and dyslexia escape from the overstimulation that can occur at major sporting events.

As reported by, the Sensory Nook was installed Monday in the stadium's concourse. It is free to use by any guest who needs a break from the excitement of the action on the diamond.

“We take a lot of pride in offering a safe place for all of our fans at Citi Field,” said Mets president Sandy Alderson. “We are thrilled to include this service and that the Sensory Nook will provide an opportunity for those who wish to use it.”

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