Dutch psychologists initially developed the concept as a therapy for individuals with severe disabilities.
These days, the rooms are more commonly used to benefit a broader range of individuals including children and adults with learning difficulties, such as, autism, cerebral palsy, intellectual and multiple disabilities, people with brain injuries, dementia sufferers, and people with mental health issues, including stress or anxiety problems.
As a community interest company, however, the ultimate goal is to benefit our community by way of making our sensory room accessible and accommodating to anyone else in need ………. (schools, local families with children/adults with additional needs, other early years providers) etc.
Please speak to a member of our team for further details on 0191 5171013 or email firstname.lastname@example.org