MASON, OH (FOX19) - The Yuskewich family has a 10-year-old daughter with autism. Chad Yuskewich and his family say they've had season passes to Kings Island for years. They say a policy has dramatically changed their experience at Kings Island, and like other families in similar situations, they're against the change.
"We're close by, and they love the park so we go up whenever we get the chance," Yuskewich.
Before this year, Yuskewich says his daughter, Kendall, who has autism, would be allowed immediate access to the rides, but that wasn't the case a couple weeks ago.
"They had changed the policy and now were asking the children to register at the ride essentially, get a time to come back and ride the ride," said Yuskewich.
Yuskewich says Kendall didn't react well to the change.
"She grabbed my arm, was pinching and squeezing, she was screaming a bit, 'I wanna ride I wanna ride!'" said Yuskewich.