Visiting the Museum
Low sensory bags are also available at the front desk, and may be checked out at any time during a visit to KidsQuest. They are filled with fidget toys, headphones, sunglasses, and a Low Sensory Storybook introducing your child to the museum.
Learning at home
Creating an at-home sensory space and sensory tools that resemble the supports students received in school can help kids during this transition, easing them out of a meltdown or giving them a much-needed break before one starts. Check out more sensory tips from the experts.
If there are other needs the museum and staff can help address, please don’t hesitate to ask our staff or email us.