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Video Tour
What to expect when taking a cooking class with Sensory Cooking

Follow the Isaacs family as they attend a cooking class with Sensory Cooking. Watch with your family as they learn how to read a recipe, prep the food, cook, and enjoy a delicious meal.

Insider Tips
Know when and where to go, plus how to prepare
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Loudness Level

1

Walking Level

1

Crowd Level

2

Average Class Length

Sensory Scale uses 1 - 10 scoring, with 10 being maximum sensory input.

Something for everyone!

Sensory Cooking classes range from cookie decorating to grilling steak. Whatever you are in the mood for, Sensory Cooking probably has a class for that.

Work as a team or alone

Work on social skills by cooking with a group of peers, go with your family, or try a private lesson.

Take the recipe home

Each class comes with the printed recipes, so after you learn the perfect salsa you can practice again at home and impress your family and friends.

Foster independence

Skills learned through classes will provide lifelong tools to independently cook. Classes met you where you are and target skills can be identified with the help of an Occupational Therapist.

No experience necessary

Chef accommodates each guest in every way. Beginners feel the accomplishment of starting to cook and veteran chefs can learn something new and be challenged.

Breaks and a comfortable space

Take the class at your own pace. Breaks are always available and comfy chairs offer a nice place to breathe, relax and recharge.

Digital Guide
For communication and step-by-step support