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Dr Lucy Jane Miller with ABC Ursula Wharton about Sensational Cities Seminar at USC 25Aug

Dr Lucy Jane Miller with ABC Ursula Wharton about Sensational Cities Seminar at USC

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Dr Miller spoke with the ABC’s Ursula Wharton about how design impacts on people with sensory processing disorder and what can be done about it. Hear the interview here https://soundcloud.com/abc-sunshine-coast/spd-friendly-public-space  

7 Senses published in University of the Sunshine Coast Publication 19Jul

7 Senses published in University of the Sunshine Coast Publication

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The collaborative research between 7 Senses Foundation and the University of the Sunshine Coast was recently published in the University’s Annual Partners Year Book 2015. To read more about our research project, view the article here:   University of the Sunshine Coast year book

7 Senses featured in NGINA (Nursery & Garden Industry NSW ACT) Magazine 01May

7 Senses featured in NGINA (Nursery & Garden Industry NSW ACT) Magazine

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Thanks to Sue Harris for featuring the article in the magazine.

7 Senses Co-Founder Tobias Volbert talking to ABC’s Kelly Higgins-Devine about Sensory Processing Disorder 08Apr

7 Senses Co-Founder Tobias Volbert talking to ABC’s Kelly Higgins-Devine about Sensory Processing Disorder

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  What is Sensory Processing Disorder? Kelly Higgins-Devine explores Sensory Processing Disorder with guests: Professor Jacqueline Roberts, the Professorial Chair of Autism at Griffith University’s Autism Centre of Excellence. Tracey Butler, whose son was diagnosed with Sensory Processing Disorder, and founder of the Links to Learning organisation. Michelle Cloete, occupational therapist from Kids Matters Occupational[…..]