• Worldwidesnoezelen.com: Design and Advice

    Worldwidesnoezelen.com: Design and Advice

    Worldwidesnoezelen.com: Experts in Multi Sensory Environments for people with special needs! Read More
  • WorldWideSnoezelen.com

    WorldWideSnoezelen.com

      25 years experience with Snoezelen in the daily care Ilse Achterberg, founder of Worldwidesnoezelen, has been an activity therapist and specialist in MSE/Snoezelen for over 25 years. Read More
  • Training and lectures

    Training and lectures

    Training As WorldWideSnoezelen we organize different training and education possibiltys in other countrys. We adjust the training to the question of the organisation and the country and the client. If we train a  whole organisation the training will take a couple of days. For workshops or meetings we can explane a lot in a couple of hours. Lectures There is also a possibility that we give a workshop or a lecture at a conference. It depends on the subject of the conference and fort hat we make a special program   For more information about anything above send a mail to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.   Read More
  • Afgeronde projecten door WorldWideSnoezelen

    Afgeronde projecten door WorldWideSnoezelen

    Bekijk hier een compilatie van afgeronde projecten Take a look at a compilation of completed projects. Read More
  • 3D Blacklight pictures

    3D Blacklight pictures

    NEW! WorldWideSnoezelen can print every picture in fluor colours. In the blacklight room the picture will light up. If you wear a special glasses the picture will come to life. The picture will be in 3D with that special glasses.   Read More
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  • The countries trained by WorldWideSnoezelen
  • MULTI-SENSORY STIMULATION (SNOEZELEN)
  • Snoezel Rooms

Controlled multisensory stimulation, or Snoezelen, is a therapeutic regime for people with severe mental disabilities. Such sensory integration therapies have been used in the therapy of patients with Autism, Asperger's syndrome and other developmental disorders since the 1970s. They were developed in the Netherlands and are particularly popular in Germany, involving exposure to soothing and/or stimulating light, color, scents and music in carefully controlled environment, sometimes called a Snoezelen room.

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Here you see some examples of Snoezelenrooms

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