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Sensory Calming Room

Located on the 1st floor of Main Library

This week’s hours

Available during Main Library hours

Our sensory calming room offers a quiet respite removed from the rest of the library. With open access during public hours, this room is available whenever you need a space to take a breath. It features calming equipment and furniture to create a quiet environment for a variety of sensory needs.

Special features at Sensory Calming Room

Music iPad with stereo speaker

SNAP projector with projection wheels

Bubble wall

Various weighted lap pads and stuffed animals

Armchair

Giant bean bag

Softplay Cozy Cave

Bubble mirror

Fiber optic cable wall sconce

Various textured fidgets

More about the Sensory Calming Room

Policy

Please be sure to check out our sensory room policy for library rules and procedures.

The Sensory Calming Room was purchased and supported by grant funds from the Institute of Museum and Library Services under the provisions of the federal Library Services and Technology Act as administered by the State Library of North Carolina, a division of the Department of Natural and Cultural Resources (IMLS grant number LS-00-19-0034-19).

Manager

Accessibility Services Coordinator Jennifer

Jennifer

Email: Accessibility_Services@dconc.gov

919-560-0183

Jennifer is the Accessibility Services Coordinator at Durham County Library. She has a diverse background in public library work, theatre, and disability advocacy, and she’s excited to help make DCoL a more inclusive place for all. Jennifer especially loves creating programming accessible to the disability community, including everything from drama and art to STEAM and life skills. When away from the library, she enjoys seeing (and performing!) live comedy, crocheting, traveling, and reading.

Pronouns: she/her