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Individuals with autism, anxiety, attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (AD/HD), trauma, and other emotional/behavioral issues can be triggered by loud noises, bright lights, strong smells, crowds, and more. That can lead to sensory overload or emotional withdrawal.

Fraser Sensory Certified™ Supports and Training can make your environment more comfortable and accommodating. With 90 years of experience serving people with autism, mental/behavioral health, and disability needs, we can help you make your environment sensory friendly for guests and employees. We have helped hair salons, dentists, professional sports teams, venues, schools, clinics, museums, malls, and corporations and parks.

Our trainings are always individualized. We offer virtual training and e-training modules, sensory calming space design consultation, social narratives for your event or venue, and Fraser Sensory Kits for self-guided recentering.

CONTACT US TODAY 612-798-8323

Fraser Sensory Certified Supports and Training Disclaimer

Fraser Sensory Certified Supports and Training are intended to assist businesses, employers, workers, volunteers, and others as they strive to provide positive sensory experiences for individuals and families who have sensory processing differences. While Fraser and its training staff attempt to thoroughly address specific topics and provide tips and consultations relevant to serving individuals and families with sensory processing differences, it is not possible to include a discussion of every possible situation or personal experience related to your clients, customers, staff, event, or business.

Additionally, it should be understood that Fraser and its staff provide this service as an educational and community support and does not result in a license to offer services that are provided by trained clinical professionals. Thus, this information must be understood as a tool for addressing common symptoms, reliefs, and business practices to help with sensory processing differences for the public or employees. This information does not create additional responsibilities or obligations between Fraser and the contracting party. Fraser is not providing legal advice at any time or any way to others.

Finally, over time, regulators may modify rules and interpretations in light of new technology, information, or circumstances; to keep apprised of such developments or to review information on a wide range of occupational safety and health topics, you can visit regulatory websites.

“One thing I gained from Gina’s presentation was a better understanding of how variable individuals’ sensory input needs and preferences can be. This increased awareness has helped me to better customize my treatment approach to my patient’s specific needs and helped some of my patients better tolerate dental care.”

— Dr. Shivan Nelson
Dental Director of Community Dental Care