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A Little Something for Mothers Day.

Posted By: on 9th March 2021

We wanted to share with you a few little sensory recipes for some lovely skin masks that you can whip up at home and have a little pamper time with.

Winter sensory play- Dirt

Posted By: on 11th December 2020

Winter is a tough time for children that love the outdoors. Some of us grown ups prefer to be snuggled up indoors. Watching the winter weather unfold through the safe distance of…

Guest Blog: Tips for creating a calming sensory bedroom for your child.

Posted By: on 14th September 2020

Nick Acaster, Managing Director from Rugs Direct, explains how to design an autism-friendly bedroom for your little one.

Guest Blog: Be one step ahead with Little Orchard Children

Posted By: on 27th July 2020

Imagine this… you’ve taken the first step to getting your little one some help with their Speech Sounds; you’ve made that referral to your local Speech & Language Therapy department. Now what?

How retailers can make their stores more inclusive for children with autism

Posted By: on 4th June 2020

Rachel Clinkard, from Charles Clinkard, explains how the shoe retailer was able to make its stores more welcoming places for children on the autistic spectrum and shares her advice to retailers.

The end of one year and the start of another!

Posted By: on 14th January 2020

2019, what a year it was for Sense Abilities. It was full of highs and a couple of lows. Last year saw us receiving funding to put on free community sensory sessions which were a huge success.