Sensory Friendly Hours

Explore your Science Center with select exhibits altered to reduce sounds, scents, and lighting stimuli. Guests can expect a limited building capacity, pop-up activity, and map designating the sensory experiences in each

Sensory Friendly Shows

When: Sun, December 17, 11:30am – 2:00pm Where: Abrams Planetarium, 755 Science Rd, East Lansing, MI 48824 Description: There are two Sensory Friendly Shows. One starts at 11:30 a.m. and

Sensory Story Time

Do you have a young child who loves animals? Then, bring your little ones to HSHV to have a paws-itively fun time! Sensory Story Time at HSHV is just like

Sensory Sensitive

What to expect in our new sensory sensitive hours: Back door locked for safety No music Noise Cancelling Headphones Oral chews offered at check-in Calming corner tent Minimized Capacity Families

Sensory Friendly Spartan Concert

All are welcome to this concert presenting a variety of chamber ensembles in a concert designed to serve the needs of individuals on the autism spectrum or people with sensory

Sensory Friendly Open Gym

Participants will be able explore all equipment in the gym, including a tumble track trampoline, a variety of tumbling mats, and an open space. Lights will be lowered, no music,


An exclusive, sensory-friendly screening for individuals with sensory needs Saturday, January 7, 2023 WHAT: Join Emagine Entertainment for a unique, sensory friendly screening of PUSS IN BOOTS: THE LAST WISH

Sensory Friendly Movie

Sensory Friendly version of “The Santa Clause” in the Basement Auditorium! No RSVP needed. Snacks are provided! See attached flyer for more info!

Sensory Showtime – Paws of Fury

There is a Sensory Showtime of “Paws of Fury” at the following Celebration Cinemas: Lansing, Grand Rapids North and South and Crossroads/Portage. You may use the coupon below to get

Thanking 3rd Party Fundraisers

With a passionate mission to raise expectations and expand opportunities for people touched by autism across the lifespan, Autism Alliance of Michigan (AAoM) relies on outside support from the greater

Sensory Friendly Holiday events

Holidays can be stressful and overwhelming for Special Needs families, individuals with different sensory processing abilities can become easily overstimulated given larger crowds, lights, music, and the temptation of toys. Retail and organizations across our state are becoming increasingly aware of the struggles facing families, as a result more Sensory Friendly activities and events are available.