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  • Cleaning Your Sensory Room


    Welcoming kids back to school after an extended break is always a little manic, and everything is more manic at the moment as we need to follow social distancing measures.

    Neurodiverse children might find their change of environment stressful, and falling back into a routine that they’ve not been in for a while could prove difficult.

    Your Sensory Room might be more important now than it ever has been. So, it is important that you keep it safe and clean for everyone to use, whenever they need it.

    We’ve put together a handy guide to help you figure out where to start, when it comes to preparing your Sensory Room for sanitary use. Continue reading

  • Make your own Sensory Tub

    Sensory Tubs are great DIY hands-on tactile experiences for kids, and the perfect sensory activity for parents who aren’t fond of mess.

    Remember: What starts in the tub, stays in the tub.

    They’re inexpensive to make. You can get creative while you’re creating one. And you can add whatever you like to your tub, stimulating your senses in the way that you want to. This type of hands-on tactile play is great for bringing distracted minds back into focus, helping them calm down, and ready to discover their senses in fun ways.

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  • Sensory Stimulation for Adults

    Why is Sensory Stimulation Important for Adults?

    It’s important that we find ways to help adults with learning disabilities or dementia live a full and enriched life. Communicating and spending time with family is typically a great way of finding enrichment, but this has been made increasingly difficult due to the current social distancing measures.

    Sensory stimulation is a great way of bridging the communication gap, giving people the same sensory aids that they’d get naturally through their day to day lives. Sensory Rooms are popular in care environments for this very reason, as they provide special areas for their residents to explore, reminisce and develop their senses.

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  • How To Build A Sensory Den

    Sensory Dens are great for a personal and comforting sensory experience, especially if you don’t have to room for your own permanent sensory space. They’re pretty easy to build, so we thought that we’d share a few tips on how you can build your very own Sensory Den!

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  • Sensory Exercise At Home

    We all know that exercise is important. It can help you feel happier and more relaxed, and it also helps you to become more familiar with your body and how it works! As parks and playcentres are closed, it’s a great opportunity to bring some of that excitement back into your own home or garden. See below our sensory exercise inspiration and activities!

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