About Sensory Friendly
Sensory Friendly Solutions was founded in 2016 by Christel Seeberger.
Christel has more than 25 years’ experience as an occupational therapist helping sensory-friendly seekers and providers. Sensory-friendly seekers are people with anxiety, autism, concussion, dementia, intellectual disability, learning disability, hearing loss, the highly sensitive person, low vision, myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome, post-traumatic stress disorder, sensory processing disorder, trauma, and vestibular disorder who experience sensory overload. Christel is a sensory-friendly seeker herself; she has hearing loss. She founded Sensory Friendly Solutions to bring together the sensory-friendly community and help people like you who are interested in sensory-friendly living.
More and more people are identifying themselves as sensory-friendly seekers. The world we live in is becoming too busy, too noisy and too bright for many people like you.
More and more sensory-friendly providers are emerging every day around the world. Events, places, products and services are becoming sensory-friendly to help people like you, sensory-friendly seekers.
At Sensory Friendly Solutions, our team delivers the online and mobile solution that shares sensory-friendly information with you, the sensory-friendly community, looking for comfort, enjoyment and acceptance where diversity is valued in your daily life.
We make possible the sensory-friendly life you want.
We bring together the sensory-friendly community of seekers with providers: sensory-friendly events, places, products and services.
We set the global sensory-friendly standard.
We value what is simple, loveable, complete, and helps us discover what is sensory-friendly together.
Learn more about Sensory Friendly Solutions in the media:
Watch a video about Christel Seeberger and Sensory Friendly Solutions on CBC March 15, 2019.
Read a feature in Huddle Today about Sensory Friendly Solutions from October 3, 2018.
Read another story in Huddle Today celebrating International Women’s Day about Christel Seeberger from March 8, 2019.
Read an article regarding Sensory Friendly Solutions participating in the Economic Development Greater Saint John Smart and Connected Innovation Challenge on February 11, 2019.
Read a feature regarding Sensory Friendly Solutions’ participation in Propel Incite on January 11, 2109:
Read a story in Entrevestor, a news and data source on start-ups in Atlantic Canada, on March 19, 2019.
Read an article regarding Sensory Friendly Solutions as a top-five finalist with NBIF Breakthru 2019
Hear Christel speak about sensory-friendly initiatives on CBC radio on Information Morning in Saint John November 9, 2018.
Hear Christel speak again about more sensory-friendly initiatives on the Accessible Media Inc. November 16, 2018 podcast.
Christel has also been interviewed and featured several times in the Daily Gleaner and Telegraph Journal in New Brunswick about Sensory Friendly Solutions. Their content is behind a firewall https://www.tjsupport.news/.