What is a Sensory Room?
A Sensory Room is a place where children and adults with special needs can explore and develop their senses and skills. The multi-sensory room can have many different features ranging from soft play areas, padded floors and walls and interactive equipment which make dramatic changes to the sensory room environment using sound and lighting.
What are the benefits of a Sensory Room?
A Multisensory room can engage children who can learn through play. From following bright lights, shapes and patterns with their eyes to pressing buttons to make the sensory room change colour or even change colour to music. Users will become interested in their environment and due to the flexible functionality of the multisensory room it can also be used to calm and de-stress.
What is Included At The Fun Factory?
Sensory Bubble Tube
The bubble tube is a firm favourite in sensory areas because of the unique experience it provides. The tube is filled with liquid and the motor in the base then generates hundred of bubbles which raise up the tube. Lights which illuminate the tube are also located in the base and the colour of these can be controlled by the user.
Large fibre optic board
The large fibre optic board creates a lovely aesthetic in a sensory room, especially in areas of low light. Numerous fibre optic strands are woven amongst the board’s fibres and these strands then display lights which can either stay constant or can go on and off intermittently. The board also has a fury texture to it which adds to the sensory experience.
Infinity Tunnel Panel
This magical sensory panel uses mirrors and LED lights to create a sense of depth and wonder to a flat panel. The different LED lights can also change colour on an automatic timer to give the product a different aesthetic and dynamic. This is a great product for users of all abilities.
This mains powered projector is an effective way of creating an interesting visual around a space. The visuals that it produces can either be projected around the space or targeted onto one wall. The different visuals are contained on interchangeable disks which automatically rotate to allow the visual projection to move on the wall.
Laser Starlight Projector
This mains powered laser projector provides extra sensory aesthetics to the play experience. It projects thousands of lights across every surface in different or singular colours, which then providing an extra dynamic to whatever they touch. The LED lights can remain stationary or can rotate around the space at controlled speeds to suit the users requirements.
Giant Sensory Beanbag
The giant sensory beanbag is a useful addition to a sensory area as it can be used by people of all ages. Users are able to sit or lie on it whilst using other pieces or sensory equipment, or manipulate it into different shapes. The small foam pieces inside it also add a tactile element to the beanbag.