Hi, don’t know if this has been further discussed. But just got round to listening to the double shot.
Sensory rooms or quiet rooms are generally for people with autism. They have them at several football (soccer) stadiums in the U.K. airports, and shopping centres.
For what it’s worth, I’ve booked events solely for the reason that they have a sensory/quiet room should a person I am with need it.
Although I’ve never been in a situation where it’s been needed, the peace of mind that there’s a space where a parent or support worker can accompany a person with autism and/or sensory needs should it be needed without being judged is a huge difference maker.