Sensory Diet for Autism
You may be familiar with the term sensory diet - using sensory items for autism to feed the sensory system with sights, sounds, smells, taste, touch, and motion. A sensory diet for people with autism is designed to suit the specific sensory needs of their nervous system.
How to Clean a Bubble Tube
A sensory room bubble tube is made from high quality, durable materials. Bubble tubes feature a state of the art operating system which is both reliable and powerful, and when they’re looked after correctly they can last you many years.
Sensory Processing Disorder and Stimming
We are sensory beings. And the way, quality, and efficiency of perceiving sensory information can directly affect our behavior, motor skills, and self-image.
How to Choose the Right Sensory Package
Multisensory rooms are big investments with invaluable benefits, and with so much choice of equipment and set up it can be difficult to know where to start when it comes to designing a sensory room
How to Fix a Bubble Tube
Although our bubble tubes are designed with durability and longevity in mind, accidents do happen! If your bubble tube isn’t working as it should, this blog post will offer a few solutions on how to fix a bubble tube, as well as how to empty it beforehand.
Calming or Interactive Multisensory Room Equipment?
With so much multisensory room equipment available, if you step into a multisensory room, what you witness is outstanding. The lights, sounds, music, tones, textures, feel, and scents can be pleasurable, calming, alerting, and have been known to raise endorphin levels.
Alzheimers Disease and the Benefits of a Multisensory Room
This month we acknowledge brain awareness to bring understanding and support to those suffering from Alzheimer's, dementia and brain diseases.
Five Sensory Ways to Help a Child with Delayed Speech Development
If you’re concerned your child may have delayed speech development, it can be a worrying time but rest assured there are a number of strategies you can employ for helping a speech delayed toddler.
Does A Sensory Diet Help With Pain Management?
When we think of sensory diets, which are used for treating Sensory Processing Disorder, we often think of children with neurological challenges such as Autism. However, sensory processing disorder in adults is just as real, having a direct impact on chronic pain. In fact, the right sensory input like deep touch for example, can act as a pain inhibitor and release endorphins to reduce pain perception.
How to Choose the Right Sensory Room Equipment
A gym, classroom, closet, basement, or office can all be used to create a sensory space that can serve children and adults. However when designing your sensory room, there are a few different factors that you may want to consider in order for the room to best serve the individual you are creating it for.
A Guide to Creating the Perfect Multisensory Waiting Room
Whether you have a dental, medical, or other professional office, making your clients feel at ease and relaxed can go a long way in providing a customer experience that says, “we care.” So, why not consider a multisensory waiting room in your office? One that can really engage your visitors and enhance their overall experience.
How to Reduce Epileptic Seizures with Sensory Epilepsy Aids
Epilepsy is the fourth most common neurological disorder in America after migraines, strokes, and Alzheimer's disease, with one of the most commonly known effects of epilepsy being seizures.
Using Sensory Solutions to Help with the Management of Cerebral Palsy
The term Cerebral Palsy (CP) is a term used to describe a range of neurological conditions that affect muscle control and movement, and often include cognitive and sensory impairments too.
How to Develop Emotional Intelligence with Sensory Equipment
People who have a cognitive delay, neurological challenges or other sensory processing disorders can display signs of delayed or under-developed emotional intelligence and understanding
The Most Effective Sensory Strategies To Help Those With ADHD
The signs of ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) include hyperactivity, lack of focus and impulsiveness.
What is a Bubble Wall?
If you haven’t seen one before, you may be thinking what is a bubble wall? Bubble walls are fully immersive and engaging walls cascading with water and changing colors
Using Sensory Room Lights to Light Up Your Multisensory Room
It may be a dark time of year, but in a multisensory room, you can witness a tantalizing light show with just one or two great tools.
8 Winter Sensory Diet Must-Dos!
Too cold to go outside? While that depends on where you live (lucky you if not!), weather conditions that are too cold, too hot, or too rainy can keep most of us indoors, which can be bad news for our sensory diets.
8 Tips to Reduce Anxiety
We’re all anxious and it’s silly, because the more technology that’s developed to ease our lifestyles, the more anxious we've become.
Tips on Setting Up a Sensory Bedroom
While several types of sensory room exist, each with their own unique uses, the sensory bedroom is certainly one of the most popular, and can be used to aid a range of disorders, from dementia to ADHD.
How to Help ADHD with the Right Sensory Diet
A good sensory diet can be of help with some individuals and even for those without ADHD. Feeding our sensory system not only provides it with much-needed input but can provide it with the right form of sensory input to maximize functional outcomes and overall well-being