If you walk into a multisensory room, you will more than likely see some very attractive, color changing strands - fiber optic strands. These spaghetti-like strands full of light can take on the form of a variety of presentations and are very useful for stimulating both vision and touch. Fiber optics can be used to entice individuals to interact with their sensory room environment. They can be used with a variety of individuals, but in particular seem to be effective for those with neuro differences such as Autism, ADHD, sensory integration dysfunction, learning differences, and Alzheimer’s. And we know that fiber optics benefit sensory integration and sensory processing enabling those with sensory challenges to engage with their environment.