Wonder House is an adaptable sensory sensitive program for children on the Autistic Spectrum that is easily integrated into existing museum structures—whether they have a focus on play, art, science, or music. The work featured uses The Strong National Museum of Play in Rochester, NY as an example of application but the program could be adapted for use among a variety of settings even outside of a museum environment. Wonder House aims to achieve sensory and developmental exploration for the child in a safe social setting while providing parents or caretakers relief of trying to anticipate outburst triggers in a public setting. The program could be adopted among various establishments by using Wonder House as a resource of information, employee training and example case studies of the program's application. The goal of the program is to provide a sense of community to children and parents or caretakers who face difficulties in finding appropriate, fun, and educational outings for their child. Click here to see the brand guidelines.