Sensory Sunday will take place on the last Sunday of every month throughout the year.  The centre will turn the music off  in the mall and retailers will either turn their music low or switch off.  Tannoy will only be used in emergencies.   All customer facing Swan Centre staff have undergone training with the South Hampshire Branch of the National Autistic Society to help them understand the issues that people with Autism face in a busy shopping centre and have an understanding on how to support customers with Sensory issues.

Alongside the activity in the retail part of the Centre, Vue Cinema and Partyman World will also be holding special SEN sessions and Autism friendly screenings.

To find out more about the Vue Autism friendly screenings, visit:

https://www.dimensions-uk.org/families/autism-friendly-environments/autism-friendly-screenings/latest-autism-friendly-films/vue-autism-friendly-cinema-screenings/

To find out more about the Sen sessions at Partyman World, visit: https://www.facebook.com/partymanworldeastleigh/