Monthly Archives: March 2018

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March 31, 2018

Ready Player One Sensory Review

Right off the bat, this is definitely a sensory-overload movie – it’s meant to be, as the majority of it takes place in a virtual reality ‘game.’  We really liked the book written by Ernest Cline, and as expected, prefer the book over the movie…but the movie is never...

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March 26, 2018

Music and the Autism Spectrum

Love this article! We came across on LinkedIn by Music Therapist Esther Thane, a great discussion about Music as a Universal Language! https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/beat-his-own-drum-why-children-autism-drawn-music-esther-thane/

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March 21, 2018

Lorde at Key Arena in Seattle

Shows at Key Arena can be wonderful! Lorde is a very dynamic artist, and with full seating (no GA), every seat in the house was amazing, even seats on the Main Floor. Tove Styrke, the opener, was lovely, with some great hits such as “Say my Name.”  The second...

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March 9, 2018

Sensory Information for BPA’s Peter and the Starcatcher

                              Bainbridge Performing Arts (BPA) on Bainbridge Island is opening Peter and the Starcatcher tonight!  Sensory Access was on hand yesterday to preview the show and note Sensory moments.  This is a fun show great...

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March 4, 2018

Seattle Aquarium’s Dream Night

          DreamNight is a universal project that creates special event nights at zoos, aquariums, museums and other locations for children & adults that are chronically ill or disabled. The Seattle Aquarium joins over 265 zoos and aquariums around the world to offer this free event.  The...

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