The Benefits Of Multisensory Rooms
There are many multi-sensory room benefits and creating a multi-sensory room is a fantastic way to provide a safe and interactive environment for users to explore their senses and improve the way they process new information
Our Top 5 Sensory Solutions for Schools
With the school year coming to an end, investing in sensory equipment for schools is an excellent way to make learning facilities more inclusive for years to come and put leftover budget dollars to good use.
5 Outdoor Sensory Play Activities
Outdoor sensory play activities provide the opportunity to immerse young minds in their senses in a new environment
Occupational Therapy Sensory Room Activities
An occupational therapy sensory room will provide a host of benefits for individuals with sensory processing disorder (SPD).
4 Sensory Activities for Cerebral Palsy
Engaging in sensory activities for kids with cerebral palsy is incredibly beneficial and important for their development.
5 Sensory Tips to Soothe Anxiety in Dementia Patients
Individuals that have Alzheimer’s or dementia may also experience anxiety.
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.
The Different Kinds of Autism Explained
Autism is not an illness; it is a developmental disorder that affects one in fifty-nine individuals.
Understanding Sensory Motor Integration
The definition of sensory motor integration is a complex matter but it is important that it is understood.
Our Top 10 Sensory Activities for Autism
Why use sensory activities for autism? According to a leading autism charity, The National Autistic Society, around 700,000 people are on the autism spectrum
7 Calming Strategies for Autism
Each child responds differently, and so it's all about trying different autism calming techniques and finding out what works to calm sensory overload in autism.
Benefits of Sensory Fiber Optics Integration
These spaghetti-like strands full of light can take on the form of a variety of presentations and are very useful for stimulating both vision and touch.
Lighting, Equipment and Bubble Tubes for Sensory Rooms
Designing a sensory room can be a lengthy process, and many areas need to be considered to produce the best possible environment for the user. It's worth investigating how to incorporate certain elements, such as bubble tubes when planning a multisensory room.
Multisensory Room For Down Syndrome
Down syndrome. Perhaps you know someone diagnosed with the extra chromosome 21: those irresistible individuals with knowing eyes, loving hands, and huge hearts.
A Multisensory Room For Back To School
This year as the school year begins at Ingleside Primary School in Ingleside, Texas or the Robert Driscoll Elementary School in Robstown, Texas, the children will have the privilege of spending time in a quality multisensory room, as part of their routine.
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.
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.