A uniquely portable kaleidoscope of colour, sound and touch – our Sensory Voyager is jam-packed with stimulating sensory potential. It’s portable, practical, and a perfect space-saving sensory aid; wheel it between classrooms and through wards and watch as each environment lights up in a wonderfully warm sensory glow.
Fits perfectly through doorways and has handles to easily push along corridors.
Plug-in and play. Only one 13amp plug socket is required to light up the trolley.
Specially designed for easy cleaning, perfect for infection control environments.
Every Sensory Voyager is unique, built to meet your requirements and budget. Pick and mix which elements, resources, and features you’d like your voyager to have, add and build over time, and create a special sensory trolley perfect for you.
The voyager’s small footprint makes for easy storage, and it’s also the perfect size for wheeling through corridors and doorways.
Strong, safe castors lock your voyager in position so it won’t roll away & their sturdiness makes moving the voyager smooth & seamless.
Only one plug socket is needed for the voyager to light up in a spectacular sensory glow.
A handy storage cupboard houses the Bluetooth sound system and all your hand-held sensory treats safely away from prying hands.
Brilliantly bubbling water or a waterless light show - choose your central column.
Small and sleek or powerful and bright - choose from our range of glowing Opti Projectors.
Add a tactile treat with our popular 2m tails or vivid visuals with our UV tails.
Add terrifically tactile panels and your own designs, patterns, pictures to the sides of the Voyager.
Bubble Tubes are sensory icons. Bring their bubbling beauty wherever you go with a Bubble Tube Sensory Voyager.
All the wonder of a Bubble Tube without the trouble of water maintenance. Hurricane Tubes are great waterless alternatives.
Easy clean, easy travel, easy sensory. Our Infection Control Sensory Voyager is perfect for health & social care environments.
Find everything you need for a fully immersive multi-sensory experience aboard this Sensory Voyager!
Our Sensory Voyagers travel along hundreds of corridors across the UK every day, bringing multi-sensory magic wherever they go.
Take a look at them in action!
We used the new equipment last night with a toddler, he was really restless in his buggy but as soon as we laid him on the table he lay there perfectly still watching the bubbles. His mum said it was the most content she’d seen him in days. The only downside was that he didn’t want to leave.Claire ShoesmithSenior Radiographer, Southend Hospital
As children are coming out of sedation, the sensory trolley helps to stimulate them and lets them re-adjust. Some children can get quite upset about going to theatre but the trolley means they wake up to a nice experience.Caroline JenkinsSenior Play Specialist, St Mary's Hospital
The Sensory Voyager system allows any room into a child controlled sensory experience with light and touch to keep the child at ease and distracted. The Fibre Optics and the Bubble Tube help calm children and can create their own displays for use in the projector.Play SpecialistRoyal Aberdeen Childrens Hospital
Our aim for this piece of equipment is that it will help to support and benefit patients who potentially find a hospital appointment a stressful experience. We hope that the Rhino Sensory Voyager will have a calming impact and will help to reduce the amount of anxiety which can occur during the waiting time for an appointment.Karen PriceLearning Disability Liaison Team, Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust
The Hurricane Column is now up and running and being enjoyed by children at Pinderfields Hospital. It creates a calming environment and being portable means we can take it to those patients who are less mobile. It’s educational as well, as it helps children with their colour recognition.Katie FieldPlay Specialist, Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust
So many of us have found it has transformed what could have been a challenging experience with our paediatric patients. We usually have it on in the A&E x-ray room, and so many patients (adults as well!) have commented on how lovely it is. Just having it there immediately creates a focus of fun and calm, making the room more welcoming. It is an instant distraction so that we can calmly acquire optimal images.Claire ShoesmithSenior Radiographer, Southend Hospital