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Sensory Friendly Tourism Checklist

More and more people are looking for sensory-friendly experiences in daily life, in their communities, and when they travel.  

There are easy things you can do to help your tourist event or location become sensory-friendly.

Get 10 easy ways to be sensory-friendly at events and locations.

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