Sensory

Conditions where an individual has a physical, emotional, or psychological reaction to an environmental factor

Requirements for use

Chemical sensitivityFlashing sensitivityLatex sensitivityMotion sensitivityNoise sensitivityPhotosensitivityTemperature sensitivityStress intolerance

Chemical sensitivity

Individuals who have a physical reaction to fragrances, smoking areas, and chemicals. These individuals benefit from good ventilation, separate chemical free areas, and requests for others to refrain from wearing scented products.

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Flashing sensitivity

Individuals who have a physical reaction to flashing content and lighting. These individuals benefit from warning s

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Latex sensitivity

Individuals who have a physical reaction to latex. These individuals benefit from gloves and other objects made from alternative materials.

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Motion sensitivity

Individuals who have a physical reaction to moving content such as on-screen animation and some visual patterns. These individuals benefit from controls that allow them to turn off motion.

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Noise sensitivity

Individuals who have a low tolerance for loud noises. These individuals benefit from warnings, separate areas to participate in loud events, and noise canceling ear coverings.

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Photosensitivity

Individuals who are sensitive to light. These individuals often benefit from alternative schedules, control over lighting conditions, and warnings about situations with changes in lighting.

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Temperature sensitivity

Individuals who have a low tolerance for high and low temperatures. These individuals often benefit from the ability to control room temperature, and warnings when temperatures will be more extreme and cannot be adjusted.

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Stress intolerance

Individuals who have a low tolerance for stress. These individuals often benefit from modified schedules and service animals.

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