Sensory Rooms

The 7 Senses

Beside the five known senses of visual, auditory, tactile, olfactory and oral, there are two other important senses.

 

Proprioception refers to a "sense of space", and provides the feedback mechanisms for motor control and posture.

Vestibulation contributes to our balance system and helps us coordinate movement and balance.

About Sensory Rooms

Sensory Rooms are equipped with special sensory items and are helpful for persons with special needs (with emphasis on persons with autism and ADHD) to explore and develop their sensory skills.

They can also be used for all students to relax and relieve stress and anxiety, as well as to enhance their learning needs.

Our Services

We provide consultancy work for sensory rooms based in institutions or private homes. Our services include a needs assessment, followed by idea synthesis and design conceptualisation.

 

We will then initiate all carpentry and construction work required for the project, as well as sourcing and procuring all sensory items which are obtained from our Sensational Play store.