Used by Occupational Therapists (OT’s) and Physiotherapists, Sensory Integration Rooms include a range of resources that target the development of vestibular and proprioceptive senses, allowing users to become more attuned to their bodies and the way that they move.
Sensory Integration Rooms are typically used by Occupational Therapists (OT’s) and Physiotherapists to help their clients develop their self-confidence and mobility skills. Filled with resources that specifically target vestibular and proprioceptive systems, sensory integration rooms help users build an awareness of their own bodies. Through special therapy sessions users benefit from the room’s combined sensory input, improving their brain’s ability to process important sensory information. Every sensory integration room we design is unique, built around your needs, space and budget. They can include robust swing suspension systems and an inclusive set of swings; soft floor and wall padding for a softer and safer environment; ball pools and rockers for full body proprioceptive feedback; and a wide range of portable resources for fun vestibular activities. You can view examples of our Sensory Integration Rooms in the gallery below, and if you’d like more information then please get in touch.
Our body roller provides deep pressure therapy as the child crawls between the rollers. The rollers are fully padded which helps the child relax. The tension setting can be adjusted. Available in red, green and blue.