About us

I am the founder of Sense Ease, When my son was first diagnosed with autism we saw a lot of specialists. There was  a neurologist, a developmental paediatrician, and trips to the  ENT, and GI doctors.

As a parent of a child with autism, my journey has been filled with ups and downs, joys and challenges. It has been a journey of learning, growth, and resilience, and I wouldn't trade it for anything in the world. In this blog post, I'd like to share some of my experiences and insights as an autism parent.
The Diagnosis 
When my child was diagnosed with autism, it was both a relief and a shock. A relief because it finally explained some of the difficulties my child was facing, and a shock because it was not something I had ever anticipated or prepared for. It was a moment of clarity, but also a moment of uncertainty and fear.
The Learning Curve 
As a parent, I had to quickly learn about autism, its characteristics, and how it would affect my child's development and future. I had to become an advocate for my child, learning how to navigate the complex system of services and supports available for children with autism. It was overwhelming and challenging, but it was also empowering to be able to help my child in a meaningful way.
The Joys 
Despite the challenges, being an autism parent has also been a journey filled with joy and wonder. Watching my child learn and grow in their own unique way has been a privilege and a joy. Seeing them achieve milestones and overcome obstacles has been a source of pride and inspiration. The love and connection I have with my child is deep and profound, and I am grateful for it every day.
The Challenges 
Of course, being an autism parent also comes with its share of challenges. The constant need for vigilance and attention can be exhausting. The unpredictability of autism can make planning and scheduling difficult. The social isolation and stigma can be painful and frustrating. But despite these challenges, I have found strength and support in the autism community, both online and offline.
The Future 
As an autism parent, I know that the future is uncertain, but I am optimistic. I believe that with the right supports and interventions, my child can reach their full potential and lead a happy and fulfilling life. I am committed to continuing to learn and grow as a parent and advocate, and to supporting my child in every way I can.
Being an autism parent is a unique and challenging journey, but it is also a journey filled with love, connection, and hope. As parents, we have the power to make a positive difference in the lives of our children and in the world around us. Let us embrace this journey with open hearts and minds, and let us support each other every step of the way



The unsolvable problem

The one thing no one could help me with was the fact that my son was an escape artist, although he seemed completely unaware to others, he was a mastermind at seeming that way whilst he plotted ways to unlock the house door and run to his hearts content wild and free, being a parent I have 3 other children so yes most of my time goes to Romaan as I feel he genuinely need the support and one to one, but a percentage of the time I am occupied with the others , in this time he is a mastermind at escaping.

Me and my husband decided to book a trip , my main concern was how would we feel safe as it takes a second for us to turn away and he's gone . I started to research into a simple way we could possible track him, I didn’t find anything on the market my son would wear or keep on due to sensory issues. So I decided that I would bring forth a product myself, and that somehow if I was to help a family like mine there would be no greater reward or even any family for that matter, that’s when friendly finder came to plan , and here we are. We will always strive to somehow keep improving and developing our product as we understand each family has different circumstances, but we feel this product does the job! And that for us was the our priority at top of the list.