There is something about light. Perhaps it's the clarity, meaning, and joy we feel when we're surrounded by light. 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. There are many options for interactive sensory room lights that encourage calm, focus, attention, eye-tracking, and environmental control. For clients with autism, ADHD, Alzheimer’s, dementia, and sensory processing disorder (SPD), this can be a world unto itself where lack of control is replaced with environmental control and awareness. Indeed, calming sensory lights are one of the most effective products for this special population. So, without further ado, let's take a look at five ways to light up your multisensory room!