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Sensory spaces in schools are dedicated areas designed to provide students with sensory input and support their sensory needs. These spaces can include elements such as soft lighting, comfortable seating, calming music, and sensory equipment such as swings and bean bag chairs. They are often used as a place for students to relax and de-stress, as well as to help them focus and learn. Sensory spaces can be particularly beneficial for students with autism or other sensory processing disorders, but can also be used by all students to promote relaxation and focus.

Sensory Spaces in School

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