Social Isolation can be Harmful for Sensory Sensitivities

Social Isolation:  10X worse for People with Sensory Sensitivities You knew difficult times were ahead, but no one was prepared for.....

Christina Martin: Sensory-Friendly Shows Online

Sensory Friendly Shows Online and In Real Life by Christina Martin Canadian singer-songwriter Christina Martin is leading the charge to adopt.....

Physical Disabilities and Coping with COVID-19

Why accommodate people with hidden disabilities, physical disabilities, and mobility challenges? We have all needed to adapt our daily routines and.....

Sensory Kids After Coronavirus: Getting Back to Normal

Getting your sensory kid back to normal. 'Back to normal' seems so far away. But what resources are in place to help.....

Sensory Kids on Lockdown: Indoor Activities For Kids

Indoor Activities for Sensory Kids on Lockdown. Many parents are now "caught between a kid and a workspace".  Now is the.....

Social Distancing for Boomers

Social Distancing for Boomers Practical information to keep our most vulnerable baby boomers and the silent generation safe from Coronavirus with.....

Senior Shopping Hours during Coronavirus

Senior Shopping Hours during Coronavirus More and more stores, shops and essential establishments around the world are offering special senior shopping.....

Welcoming Neurodiversity at a Public Library

Improving Services for Neurodiverse Children and Teens at Burnaby Public Library. -by Cristina and Denise Have you heard the term neurodiverse, neuroatypical.....

Concussion: In One Second Everything Changes

Post-concussion Symptoms Have Changed My Life Forever. A fall down the stairs.  Because I was in a hurry to get to.....

Sensory-friendly travel: 5 lessons

Sensory-Friendly Travel Does travel always mean sensory overload?  Especially for autism travel? Urbanization, crowding, noise, mass media, social media, technology, and the.....

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