The Children’s Museum of Houston invites families to a cultural Sensory Friendly Eveningon Monday, Nov. 17.
Sensory Friendly Evening is an opportunity for kids with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) and sensory processing differences to explore the Museum.
This exclusive event will provide a comfortable, protected and accepting environment, allow parents to make connections with other families, and offer new tools and resources.
Doors will be closed to the public. There will be no music and sound reducing headphones will be available.
Outside food and drinks will be allowed (Fresh Café will be closed).
The Museum will celebrate the opening of its new cultural exhibit, Heart and Seoul: Growing Up in Korea, Nov. 15 – May 10.
Partners coming on this day include a speech pathologist, behavior clinic, and a non-profit organization dedicated to providing assistance, support, and education to families affected by Autism Spectrum Disorder.
WHEN: Sensory Friendly Evening, Nov. 17, 2014
(Activities, events, and times subject to change.)
WHERE: Children’s Museum of Houston, 1500 Binz St., Houston, TX 77004
Special Sensory Friendly Day Admission: $5 per person. Children under one and Museum Members receive free admission.SENSORY FRIENDLY DAY SPECIAL HOURS: 4 – 7 p.m.
Pre-registration required.Please contact Lydia Dungus at email@example.com or call (713) 535-7238 to make a reservation.
For more information, visit www.cmhouston.org or call (713) 522-1138.