5 Things To Consider When Planning a Sensory Room

Walk into a sensory room or multisensory environment and witness the effect on an individual with special or differing needs. Orienting, soothing, organizing and calming are just a few benefits of sensory room interaction. Special populations, such as those with Alzheimer’s, anxiety, ADHD or ADD, Autism or Sensory Processing Disorder, may benefit from regularly scheduled sensory room time. A gym, classroom, closet, basement or office can all be used to create a sensory space that will serve your children and adults. Keep the following in mind when you get ready to set up your room: Who and Why? Questions you need…

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