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Multisensory Rooms

Multisensory Rooms are designed to stimulate all five senses. Different equipment is utilised to target the different senses whilst creating a relaxing and soothing experience. They are used as a therapeutic space with full control of the ambience to suit individual needs of each user.

These spaces are an essential resource for many different settings. These can include special and mainstream education. But due to the inclusive nature of multi-sensory rooms they are also now being found in leisure, health and social care settings. 

In a safe and calm setting, users are able to explore their surroundings, building confidence, independence and social awareness. The equipment used is great for developing visual, auditory and tactile processing and is great for hand-eye coordination, gross and fine motor skills and self-regulation.

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Case Studies

Overview In this weeks case study, we explore our Sensory Room installation for Acorn Lodge Children’s Home. Acorn Lodge Children’s …

In December 2022, Sensory Technology was approached by East Ayrshire H&SCP to design and install a multisensory environment. This need for this new sensory project was identified by a local self-funded charity called Ayrshire Am-asn Warriors Activity Group, who provide support to children with ASN within East Ayrshire.

The Fen Rivers Academy provides specialist therapeutic education to pupils with SEMH. We were asked to turn a double space within the school into both a calming and active area to help channel the children’s emotions, providing a resource where they can refocus and enhance their mental health. 

Case Studies

Overview In this weeks case study, we explore our Sensory Room installation for Acorn Lodge Children’s Home. Acorn Lodge Children’s …

In December 2022, Sensory Technology was approached by East Ayrshire H&SCP to design and install a multisensory environment. This need for this new sensory project was identified by a local self-funded charity called Ayrshire Am-asn Warriors Activity Group, who provide support to children with ASN within East Ayrshire.

The Fen Rivers Academy provides specialist therapeutic education to pupils with SEMH. We were asked to turn a double space within the school into both a calming and active area to help channel the children’s emotions, providing a resource where they can refocus and enhance their mental health. 

Southend Care, Viking Unit, is a specialist care provider for adults with very complex needs. Their services range widely from day care to residential and supported living. We were asked to create a unique, one off, sensory environment for his clients that took into account their complex and varied needs.