The room was designed in conjunction with Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. It's aimed at helping visiting families facing sensory overload.
There are fidget tools, noise-canceling headphones, weighted pads, and other gear to help children with autism feel more secure.
With this room, Lincoln Financial Field now has official certification as a sensory-inclusive stadium.
The Eagles have been heavily involved in raising funds to support research, and kids on the autism spectrum.
In fact, they raised half a million dollars for the cause from Sunday's open practice.
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