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    Default Sensory Santa

    Just saw this pop up in my news feed hopefully might help some families outImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1412404612.043293.jpg

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    That's awesome. Awesome of you to share too 👍

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    That's totally awesome! Where is Chermside?

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    It's in Qld but I'm thinking if one is doing it then maybe more in other states?

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    How amazing they are doing that. Makes me teary. .so special

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    That's awesome

    Hopefully our local Westfield will offer something similar.

    I didn't get DS's photo done with Santa last year because I knew he'd struggle with the whole experience (especially waiting in line).

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    Such an awesome idea. And lovely for the SN kids to get recognition that sometimes things are hard for them.

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    I think centres are slowly catching on. In Northland in Melbourne there's a quiet room for kids with autism and sensory processing issues. Pretty cool.

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    I think it's great. ..Saw it on my news feed too....
    But I would love it at Christmas time! Not in November!

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    That would honestly make my year. My little boys love santa but they dont cope with getting a photo. This would be amazing. I might take it to my local westfield and see if they would consider doing the same thing

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