Low Sensory Sessions: Tips and Information

Created: May 9, 2024 at 3:10 PM | Updated: April 15, 2024 | By NZ Navigator Trust

Introducing Autism

Autism is a neurodevelopmental condition that affects cognitive, sensory, and social processing, changing the way people see the world and interact with others.

The Benefits of Low Sensory Sessions for People with Autism

Many autistic people may experience sensory differences, including sensory sensitivity or overload when there are many sensory factors in the environment. This is why quiet hours or low sensory sessions can be beneficial.

Autism NZ has published their guide on low sensory sessions.

Download the Low Sensory Sessions: Tips and Information guide


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