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Sensory Friendly MI

Sensory friendly events that we are making through partnerships and all of their organizations.

Macomb Ballet Company

We envision a full-length performance in a relaxed daytime environment for children and adults of varying physical and cognitive abilities to experience the theater in a safe, fun and comfortable atmosphere. In addition to show modifications (lowering sound, house lights up slightly, loud sounds muffled), we would also like to offer tactile tables outside of the theater, a safe and quiet space for individuals to use if needed, and supplemental classroom materials such as visual checklists and social stories to ensure our patrons with differing abilities are set up for success.

Currently working on building the supports needed for sensory friendly theater experiences. Sensory supports will include: Sound blocking ear phones, fidget toys, designated quiet/calm space, Lower lighting, and snacks.

Lighthouse Immersive


Immersive Disney Animation  events – past in Detroit

Located in downtown at the Historic Harmony Club, this experience had monthly dates
June through September.

Sensory friendly experience Supports included:
•  Reduced sound volume
• Reduced capacity
• Comfortable gallery lighting at all times, and no blackouts
• Sensitivity warnings for content
• Ability to move around as needed 
• Personal headphones, cushions & fidgets provided 
• Quiet Areas outside the gallery with calming environment
• Onsite family support from the Autism Society of Greater Detroit

Immersive Disney Animation is an innovative celebration that takes you inside the greatest films of Walt Disney Animation Studios, from their very earliest, groundbreaking features to the beloved hit movies of today. At our Sensory Friendly viewings, we are creating a welcoming and comfortable space where viewers with special needs can have the best possible experience. For more information please

United Shore Professional Baseball League

2024 Thursday, Aug 1st, 2024 7:05 PM

At the Birmingham Bloomfield Vs. Utica 

Autism Awareness Night.

Event includes a pre-game time with fun activities and information outreach tables. Sensory supports will include: Sound blocking ear phones, fidget toys, designated quiet/calm space.

Ticket options will include a buffet dinner option.  Autism Society ticket holders will be invited to join the parade on field prior to the game.  And a social media nomination contest will be held to determine who throws the ceremonial first pitch.

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