Family Vacation Star Jenni ‘JWoww’ Farley Teams Up with KultureCity and Breaks Barriers at Barclays Center [Exclusive]


December 14, 2021, Jersey Shore: Family Vacation Star Jenni “JWoww” Farley has broken down barriers at the Barclays Center in New York City. In partnership with KultureCity and Place, Farley and his family opened the Greyson Mathews Sensory Room. The Sensory Space is the first of its kind in a New York City sports and entertainment venue. Now Farley is sharing the details of the event with Showbiz Cheat Sheet.

Jenni ‘JWoww’ Farley, Meilani Mathews, Greyson Mathews | Antoine Serrantonio

Jenni ‘JWoww’ Farley’s son Greyson Mathews was diagnosed with autism

As a reality TV star, Farley has been open about Greyson’s diagnosis of autism and obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD). Often times, Farley will post updates on social media regarding his progress.

As Farley mentioned in a video from May 2021: “Greyson kills him in his ABA [Applied Behavior Analysis] therapy. “” He’s so verbally advanced [and] he’s making perfect eye contact now. We are working on his repetitive traits and OCD.

Farley fans are grateful for sharing Greyson’s progress. One fan calls her “the true definition of a devoted mom” in the comments. “As someone who works with people with autism, it’s amazing! Wrote another supporter. “You do an amazing job not just as a mom, but in general. It warms my heart to see how well he is!

Greyson Mathews Sensory Room at Barclays Center

Farley, her fiance Zack “24” Carpinello, Greyson and Meilani Mathews, attended the opening and toured the Greyson Mathews Sensory Room. The space is designed for people sensitive to sensory processing or those who need a quieter and more secure environment during events.

Greyson Mathews poses with his thumbs up in the Greyson Mathews Sensory Room at Barclays Center

Greyson Mathews | Antoine Serrantonio

The Greyson Mathews Sensory Room is huge for KultureCity as they strive to be inclusive. But it is also a great achievement for Farley and those close to him.

“This is such a proud moment for all of my family,” Farley wrote to us, adding:

“For KultureCity and the Barclays Center to join forces, we are creating sensory accessibility and inclusion for people with invisible disabilities. Greyson and so many others can now frequent Barclays Center without worry. I am incredibly honored and grateful to everyone at KultureCity and Barclays Center who helped make this happen.

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Some fans may not be aware of Farley’s relationship with KultureCity. But as Farley said, she’s been involved with KultureCity for “what seems like an eternity.”

“It was such a supposed situation,” he added. Jersey Shore The star told us in June 2021. Once she was diagnosed with autism from Greyson, Farley’s search for resources began. Then, KultureCity came into her life.

“It’s such an amazing organization,” she said. “I call it a family.

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Today, she is an active member of the organization’s board of directors. Thanks to Farley’s work with KultureCity, places like the Barclays Center are more inclusive for everyone.

On December 16, 2021, fans can watch Farley co-host “12 Days of Jerzmas” on MTV. Plus, don’t miss his return to Jersey Shore: Family Vacation January 6, 2022.

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