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9 Tips for Making a Sensory-Friendly Home

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When you live with sensory sensitivities or neurodivergent conditions that make it difficult to process certain textures, smells, sounds, sights, and tastes, like attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), sensory processing disorder, and/or autism, having the perfect home environment is crucial.

Outside of your house, you can’t control how the room is lit, the different sounds people make in public, or how many people may be talking at once, but at home, there’s a better chance that you’ll be able to.

We asked the Mighty community for tips on how to create a more sensory-friendly home environment. Here’s what they had to say: If you’re sensitive to touch: “My house is visually chaotic, full of cats, and usually very messy.

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