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Sensory Friendly Solutions

Transforming Lives with Compassion and Innovation

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In 2016, Sensory Friendly Solutions emerged as a beacon of hope from Saint John, New Brunswick, dedicated to revolutionizing everyday life for individuals, businesses, and organizations. Founded by Christel Seeberger, a seasoned healthcare professional with over 25 years of experience in supporting individuals with sensory sensitivity, the company embarked on a mission to alleviate sensory overload and foster inclusive environments.

With a commitment to education and transformation, Sensory Friendly Solutions endeavors to redefine our perception of sensory sensitivity and overload, striving to create welcoming and accessible spaces for all. Their innovative approach seeks to empower individuals and communities by leveraging technology to enhance quality of life.

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In May 2019, Economic Development Saint John (EDSJ) facilitated a connection between Sensory Friendly Solutions and Bloom, recognizing the potential synergy in navigating the complexities of the SR&ED program. Amidst tireless research on the experiences of individuals with sensory sensitivities and the application of technology to alleviate their challenges, Christel found herself grappling with the intricacies of the SR&ED claim process.

Faced with the daunting task of maximizing returns and ensuring comprehensive coverage of qualified expenses, Christel turned to Bloom for guidance and support. With their sage wisdom and expertise, Bloom provided invaluable assistance, alleviating Christel's concerns and enabling Sensory Friendly Solutions to confidently pursue their mission of making the world a more sensory-friendly place.


Through collaboration and innovation, Sensory Friendly Solutions continues to inspire meaningful change, leaving an indelible mark on communities worldwide.

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