What's a PAL?

By partnering with local facilities, we make experiences


by creating custom PAL Videos that show you what to expect before you go


by building interactive PAL Guides you can follow while at an experience that include step by step schedules, custom assistive communication, and maps


by providing PAL Training to educate staff members on how to be the best to every guest, creating a lovable, inclusive environment

How it works

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How can you help


A tool is only good if it's used

We depend on you

We work hard to develop partnerships with PAL Places and the best way to expand our offerings is to use and tell others about our tools.

Join PAL

The bigger the community the stronger it is

Feedback and suggestions

If you visit a PAL Place tell us how it worked and what can be improved. Give us testimonials and suggest new venues for us.

Support PAL

Donate your time or your money

We depend on you

We are a nonprofit organization trying to help our community. We depend on donations of time and money to continue our work.
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We are a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.

PAL Experiences is always looking for partners. Please contact us if you're interested in supporting our cause.

Family Testimonials

“WOW is what I have to say! This is an amazing resource for the kids to watch before they go! I was actually tearing up as I watched it! It’s just the perfect thing that my son needs to make this outing successful!”
“This will mean so much to his sister and me that he will be relaxed and comfortable just because he has been properly prepared to know what is going to happen when he gets to the game.”
“I printed the guide and shared it with my boys.
Both are on the Autism Spectrum, but are very different. Autism affects them differently. They both responded well to the guide, I like the use of the pictures. I think it helped me to prepare them for our visit to the Suns game. Thanks for putting it together!”

Things to know

1 in 6

Children diagnosed with a developmental disability

1 in 68

Children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder


of families affected by autism do not feel engaged in the community

100 %

who explore with more confidence using PAL tools