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 target vestibular and proprioceptive systems, sensory integration rooms help users build awareness and confidence in their bodies.
Occupational Therapy can support people in their physical recovery from surgery, therapeutically relieve pain from chronic conditions, and help children with special needs and disabilities feel more connected to their bodies.
Every sensory integration room is unique, built to support the needs of each individual who uses the space. A typical sensory integration space will include:
Swings and swing frames
Soft floor and wall padding
Explore our sensory integration room page to discover case studies, sensory designs, and the benefits of sensory integration in practice.
And don’t forget to get in touch with a member of our sensory team if you’d like to learn more.
The roll's odd shape and versatility have cemented the Physio Roll as a key resource for physiotherapists and occupational therapists, helping those with coordination and balance difficulties, disabled people, and the elderly.