Sensory Friendly Afternoon of Music

Event | August 19, 2021

In this spin on our monthly Low Sensory Afternoons, join three members of the Lake Washington Symphony Orchestra for a sensory friendly afternoon of music. Dance along to the music and try your hand at one of our instruments! In addition to limited attendance and low lighting, only instruments with low octaves will be used.…
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Low Sensory Opportunities

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Free Low Sensory Afternoons Every Third Thursday 3pm-5pm Designed for individuals or families with sensory sensitivities. Reserve 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…
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Low Sensory Accommodations Guide

Event | October 19, 2020

  Printable guide to making home spaces sensory friendly. Helpful for engaging in Fall Festival programs and any educational endeavors your family may be taking on at home this season. Use these expert tips to make spaces welcoming and comfortable! Free! Ages: All ages Guide will be delivered to provided email address on Monday, October 19th between 9AM-10AM.
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Low Sensory Visits

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Low Sensory Opportunities Free Low Sensory Evenings are available the first Wednesday of every month from 5:30-7:30pm for families with sensory sensitivities. Check the calendar for details! 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…
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Sensory accessibility.

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Did you know we are now a Certified Sensory Accessible Venue? Any child with sensory processing difficulties will feel welcome and taken care as they make their way through museum. This includes providing sensory tools for all guests, autism inclusive services, completing a safety review and recommendation,  plus staff members from our Operations Department as…
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Low Sensory Evenings

Event | March 4, 2020

Low Sensory Evenings are a special time just for kids with sensory sensitivities to visit the museum. We’re limiting attendance and turning down the ambient noise and light to provide an even more inviting place to explore, play, and learn. These evenings are especially appropriate for children with autism and/or Sensory Processing Disorder, but Low…
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