KidsQuest Low Sensory Event – Sept. 16th

by sensoryaccessforall

 

Sensory Access is excited to be a part of KidQuest’s Low Sensory Event on Sunday, Sept. 19th! We will have our own sensory friendly activity station and hope to see you there!

Pre-Registration is encouraged. Get tickets here!

Image courtesy of KidsQuestMuseum.org

In 2015 KidsQuest started doing Low Sensory Evenings to become more accessible to the whole community. Kids with sensory sensitivities are offered the opportunity to enjoy the museum at a time where the attendance is limited and the museum’s ambient noise and lights are “turned down.”

These evenings are especially appropriate for children with autism and/or Sensory Processing Disorder, but Low Sensory Evenings are open to children with any type of special need and their families that can benefit from a calmer, quieter, and less stimulating experience. 

KidsQuest is now Sensory Friendly all year long!

If you are unable to make it to the Low Sensory Event this time don’t worry! Free Low Sensory Evenings are available the first Wednesday of every month from 5:30-7:30pm for families with sensory sensitivities. Check the calendar for details!

In an effort to make the museum accessible to all at all times, KidsQuest now also offers low sensory bags during regular business hours! These are kept behind the front desk and may be checked out any time during a visit to the museum. They are filled with wonderful items such as fidgets, headphones, sunglasses, and a Low Sensory Storybook introducing you to the museum – to help keep little ones happy during what can be a stressful or overwhelming time. The introduction of these bags is an effort to make a trip to the museum easier at all times of the day- not just one evening a month!

When is it?

Sunday, September 16th 2018

9:30 – 11:30 AM

Where is is?

KidsQuest Children’s Museum 

1116 108th Ave NE

Bellevue, WA 98004

What does it cost?

$5/person. Pre-Registration is encouraged. Get tickets here!

Tickets are limited to keep noise levels low.

Lockers are available for use for $1.


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