Designing Interiors for Autism is not just about getting things that are for sensory spaces etc. It's deeper than that. It's about you learning all the things that make your child unique and facilitating their needs with the perfect item, understanding how color, clutter, lighting, textures and layout all play an important role in creating a space exactly for the activity and the person using the space. Doing this allows for better behaviors, better outcomes, and self-regulation.

We make this available for parents looking to create the perfect space, therapists who work with people with autism, and other caregivers needing an environment exactly for their person with autism.

If you haven't joined our private Facebook Group and would like to learn more ​about what we do and how we help please join and get the help you and your family need to create better spaces and design on purpose for your person with autism. 

Sensory-Based Design Solutions

Are you a parent/guardian of a child with autism, ADHD, and/or Sensory Processing disorder?

Are you an educator to children with these conditions?

Maybe you manage a group home and are looking for a redesign for these spaces?

Are you a designer, decorator or DIYer looking to help families create a home that is appropriate for a child with Autism, ADHD, and/or Sensory Processing Disorder.

Podcasts and Interviews

This type of design isn't widely talked about and the information isn't easily available for parents or designers. I am welcomed into many podcasts and Live events to discuss what I am doing here. Here are some of the interviews I have done. 

Message me directly to be a guest on your podcast or Live event.

Designing A Sensory Friendly Home

4 Module Course designed to give you the tools needed to design a sensory friendly home.

Designing for Autism requires special detail to Lighting, Color, Textile, and Space Planning. Together we will create a space you and your child will THRIVE in!

What you will learn during our time together. 

  • Understanding your child on a deeper level 
  • Lighting, Colors, Textures and Furniture you should be utilizing to get your desired experiences for your child and family in your space
  • How to arrange your furniture for desired comfort, flow, and safety 
  • Access to Trade Discounts
  • Access to Favorite Products

Designing Sensory Spaces- $297

A Sensory Space can provide a low-stress, fun environment for an individual to work through their emotions and reactions to certain stimuli.

You don't have to have a large space to have a sensory space. Utilize closets, have a room for both family time and sensory time, get creative and think outside the box. It's what we do all day every day right?

Some Benefits: 

  • Calming Effects
  • Stimulation
  • Socialization
  • Improved Focus
  • Motor Skills Development
  • Cognitive Development
  • Sensory Development

The best part is connecting with the person using the space and knowing that you haven't just helped them but you've also helped the entire family.

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