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A sensory table, with weighted blankets, weighted toys, figets and sound filtering earplugs and headphones


Sensory tables are a great way to offer tools to guests without impeding their independence at a performance. Having these out at sensory-friendly performances for people to pick up and put down at their leisure can be extremely helpful!

Recent Projects

Aspire Chicago

Columbia College Chicago

Accessibility advocate & guest speaker, May 2023

Chicago Children's Museum

Accessibility advocate: staff & volunteer training, April 2023

Harris Theater for Music and Dance

Accessibility advocate & guest speaker, November 2022

Disney's The Lion King

Accessibility consultant: relaxed & sensory-friendly performance designer, January 2023


Accessibility consultant: relaxed & sensory-friendly performance designer

The Burn: March 2018

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time: October 2018

The Brothers Size: September 2019

We are Proud to Present a Presentation: March 2019

I am Not Your Perfect Mexican Daughter: March 2020

Chlorine Sky: February 2023

Second City

Accessibility consultant: relaxed & sensory-friendly performance designer

Dysfunctional Family Affair: November 2018

The Best of Second City: March 2019

The Goodman Theater

Sensory consultant & Accessibility trainer

The Music Man: August 2019

An Enemy of the People: April 2019

A Christmas Carol: December 2018; 2022


Accessibility consultant & Access Area Lead: 2019

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