25 Fun Assisted Living Activity Ideas
If you know a senior living in an assisted living facility, these tips are a great way to reconnect, bond and entertain yourselves in a fun and accessible way.
5 Sensory Tips to Soothe Anxiety in Dementia Patients
Individuals that have Alzheimer’s or dementia may also experience anxiety.
Indoor Activities to do with Dementia Patients
Engaging and stimulating individuals living with dementia is extremely important for their health, mood, and overall wellbeing.
Environmental Control in a Multisensory Room
Multisensory rooms and products are of huge benefit to individuals with autism, ADHD, Alzheimer’s and other limited abilities.
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
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.
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 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
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.
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.
6 Anger Management Strategies
Anger often becomes a pattern where we don’t even realize how often we are spewing out harmful comments, criticisms, and aggression. We'd like to take a look at ways of preventing anger from becoming a pattern of thought and to encourage a change in behavior early on
How to Connect with Later Stage Alzheimer’s Patients
With last month (June) being Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness Month, we at Experia USA strongly believe the productive conversations of the campaign should continue into the rest of the year and beyond. In this post, we’ll provide advice on talking to someone with Alzheimer’s and communicating with dementia patients.