Category Archives: Sensory Accessible

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August 29, 2022

Hamilton Sensory Guide!

As you know by now we work with a ton of theaters and theatrical productions in creating Sensory Guides  – a breakdown of sensory impact moments in a production so that Neurodivergent patrons can access productions more easily and prepare themselves for the sensory impact of a show! This...

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May 8, 2022

Sensory Guide for Afterwords at Fifth Avenue Theatre

We are so excited to have 5th Avenue Theatre join the growing list of Sensory Accessible Theatres! Seattle is one of the most accessible cities when it comes to theater and art for neurodivergent individuals, and we are thrilled to support the current and 2022-2023 season for the Fifth...

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March 4, 2022

grandson tour Review

We had the pleasure of accompanying an autistic guest to the newly located Crocodile to see the band grandson, as well as opening bands Royal and the Serpent and Oxymorrons. What a show!  As with all concerts, there was plenty of volume and concert lighting, but here are some...

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February 20, 2022

Sensory break spots at Disney California Adventure!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h42mNA-dpqEWe’ve done it again! Sensory Access has collaborated with Mr Cheezypop for an awesome exploration of Sensory Break spots, this time at Disney California Adventure! We love DCA and it can be very overwhelming, and we count on these spots to take some needed breaks to reset our sensory...

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February 5, 2022

Pacific Northwest Ballet – A Sensory Accessible Season

At Sensory Access we have worked with many theatrical productions over the years, from Sensory Friendly productions to entire Sensory-accessible Broadway season.  This is our first year creating a Sensory Accessible Ballet season, and as a former (amateur) ballerina myself, I could not be more thrilled to assist in...

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December 28, 2021

New Years Eve Survival Guide for the Sensory Sensitive

New Years Eve can be a celebratory event, but for many autistic individuals and others with sensory processing differences, such as Down Syndrome, ADHD, SPD and Hyperacusis, fireworks can be downright painful. Individuals whose brains process sound more significantly (Hypersensitive) can feel anything from discomfort to pain from booming...

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December 8, 2021

Inexpensive Sensory Tools for Loud environments

Come hang out with us in this sensory room as we talk about Ear defenders!

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February 23, 2020

Sensory Friendly Version of Disney’s Frozen!

What an absolute joy it was to work with Disney and STG for the Sensory Friendly production of Frozen. This inspirational musical is all about loving yourself as who you are, and what a fantastic time was had by all. Guests received Sensory Guides, Character Guides, access to movement...

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