Why “Sensory Friendly” Isn’t always what it seems.
I posed this question on twitter: #AskingAutistics Have you ever gone to something that said it was sensory-friendly but wasn't? That is to say, what they consider to be sensory-friendly is triggering? @NeuroRebel — Margaux AKA Retro (@artfulretro) October 22, 2018 The response was overwhelming. It seems a lot of people tend to agree with…
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