Kids and adults with sensory processing disorders experience the world differently. This includes how how they process visual cues. Sensory processing disorders can cause both hyper- and hypo-sensitivity, leading to stimulation either being avoided or sought out. While some individuals with sensory processing disorders are highly fascinated by small details, others will become overwhelmed by too much visual information.
Creating an autism-friendly environment can offer those with sensory disorders the kind of relief or stimulation they crave. Use a sensory room to encourage exploration, learning and more. Sensory rooms can include everything from handheld lighted toys and sensory lamps to LED fiber optic curtains and bubble columns.
We can help you create the perfect sensory experience for your home, school or therapy office. To get started, please fill out this short questionnaire and email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lighting can largely influence a person's sensory experiences. Fluorescent lights can be particularly damaging, causing irritability and distraction. We also carry a range of other products to help your child, teen or young adult cope with negative visual sensory experiences, including covers for fluorescent lights.