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Columbus activities cater to autistic kids and adults

by The 100 Companies

Check out these sensory-friendly options, events, and entertainment in this inclusive city: AMC sensory-friendly films keep the lights up, the sound down and nobody is “shushed!”

Pickerington Public Library offers noise-canceling headphones, fidget tools and weighted lap pads to any guest in need.

The New Albany Symphony presents sensory-friendly concerts on Saturdays. During the short performances, audience members can wander, talk, and take a break in the lobby’s “chill out” zones.

We Rock the Spectrum’s play area features equipment specifically designed for children with sensory processing disorders. You’ll find swings, crash mats, and a zipline, plus an arts & crafts area.

– Eve Lederman, The 100 Companies

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