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Sensory rooms, Snoezelen Rooms, sometimes known as Multi Sensory Environments (MSE), are a specifically designed space which is safe and relaxing and where people of all ages and abilities can benefit. The use of a sensory room should be an enjoyable experience and should serve as space where the user can get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life to simply relax or stimulate the senses.

The following examples showcase our work and offer examples from the UK, USA and Canada.

Professional & free Design have tremendous impact

Contact your local TFH office to learn how our extensive design services maximize every budget to transform any space into a beautiful sensory room.

Under the Calming Sea – Classroom

An group of AquaGlow Canopies are used here to create a calming space in this primary classroom.

Building Relationships in MSEs

Building relationships is what we all want. Someone to walk through our journey with us. Multi Sensory Environments provide the medium to encourage these relationships. Who couldn’t have a fun experience to share again and again in a room like this. It doesn’t have to be complicated and doesn’t even require talking at first. Just share your experience with another and they may just share theirs with you. Having a room with multiple opportunities gives everyone a chance at making friends.

Fun with Fiber Optics

Fiber Optics are not only beautiful to look at but fun to play with too! You can’t help but want to touch or hit the strands to see how they can fly. This encourages reaching and even crossing midline to build multiple skills. This young lady is sitting on our Single Musical Waterbed. She is building her balance skills and may not even realize it. If the musical is on, she is feeling the vibrations from the musical which will naturally provide proprioceptive input and relaxation.

Complete Multi Sensory Environment

Complete Multi Sensory Environment able to meet a variety of sensory needs for a variety of diagnoses. This room includes the Big 3; Bubble Tube, Fiber Optics and Projector. By adding positioning pieces like the red/yellow Jr Therapy Chair and blue Relaxer you are able to instantly set a relaxing mood to the room. The sound sensitive pieces, Infinity Tunnel (left on wall) and Ladder Lights (behind red Jr Therapy Chair) provide an opportunity to control the environment as well as see what your voice can do. Tactile is also important and our Textured Wall provides 15 different textures to explore.

Sparkling Beauty of TFH Fibre Optics

The sparkling beauty of these strands of colour changing and sparkle emitting gently blend from one colour to another seamlessly. Like beautiful jewelry scattered through space. Fibre Optic tails can define a space or provide an opening; Wearing a set of 100 or 200 tails set as a scarf provides a gentle, calming, weight. The most tactile defensive among us may allow others into their space to “look at the tails”. TFH Multi Sensory Room Fibre Optic Tails emit wonderful bright sparkles of light along their entire length. Our shopping page at www.specialneedstoys.com will show all of our options and products manufactured by us for your sensory room! Getting in touch is easy, call, email, or chat live on line with one of Sensory Specialists!

 

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Toronto Children’s Hospital Sensory Room

Sensory and Distraction can provide pain control without the need for sedating drugs. Quick procedures can be deescalated with simple MSE products that aide a person to relax or stimulate, as needed.

MSE Sensory Room for Sensory in Kitchener, Ontario

(MSE) for Snoezelen therapy by TFH Canada. All ages and abilities have personalized programming to suit the individual abilities and needs of each guest.

Sensory Corner, St.Clair High School

You do not have to devote a whole classroom to Multi-Sensory, sometimes a well designed sensory corner will do the job.

 

Central London Sensory Room.

This sensory room was installed into a very old building with wooden walls. The installers enjoyed the challenge.