|September 26, 2021
Sensory Sundays at the B&O Railroad Museum
September 26, 2021 –
Sensory Sundays at the B&O Railroad Museum are designed to create an inclusive and safe atmosphere where all visitors are welcome and supported. In order to accommodate for members of the community who identify as neurodiverse, this program promotes sensory awareness throughout the museum by altering the physical environment as appropriate. Some examples of these changes include: decreased lighting and surround sound, signage communicating the location of exhibits with sounds effects, and temporary “quiet” or “calming” zones. These zones will provide a space dedicated to decreased sensory exposure as well as sensory kits equipped with resources for visitors who need an opportunity to process their emotions and experiences. Throughout the day, visitors will be encouraged to participant in B&O Railroad Museum activities, such as a sensory-friendly train ride on the Mile One Express, a kids craft, and a sensory-friendly tour led by one of our trained staff members. There will also be an opportunity for parents to access resources provided by organizations within the community who support families with special needs children. Overall, Sensory Sundays will continue to establish the B&O Railroad Museum as a location dedicated to the support and inclusion of the neurodiverse community.
Contact Name : Riley Weber
Contact Email : email@example.com
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The Grand Carnival: Family Fun Day
October 2, 2021 –
A Grand Opening Event for the community! Featuring a bounce house, petting zoo, and more!
Signature Behavioral Health is an organization that invests in the whole family's right to self-determination by providing meaningful, individualized, and culturally relevant behavioral services.
We are celebrating the opening of our therapy office with a Grand Opening Family Day event! Your entire family is welcome to enjoy the petting zoo, bounce house, and more!
More about the organization:
We affirm children, teens, and young adults who exhibit social, emotional, learning, and behavioral concerns using Applied Behavior Analysis(ABA) with a strengths-based and trauma informed approach. We not only uplift children and teens , but empower parents and siblings of our neurodivergent and/or disabled clients with the common goal of enhancing the quality of life for the entire household through the provision of mental health services, parent guidance, advocacy tools, and group sessions.
Contact Name : Linda Irby
Contact Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
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