Ronel van der Gun

RelaxCreation projectでは、worldwidesnoezlenでトレーニングを受けたスタッフが中心となり、













International Journal of Alzheimer's Disease


This paper introduces Functional Analytic Multisensory Environmental Therapy (FAMSET) for use with elders with dementia while using a multisensory environment/snoezelen room. The model introduces behavioral theory and practice to the multisensory

Hotz GA, Castelblanco A, Lara IM, Weiss AD, Duncan R, Kuluz JW.


DeWitt Daughtry Family Department of Surgery, Division of Trauma and Surgical Critical Care, Ryder Trauma Center, Miami, FL 33136, USA. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Paul Pagliono wrote some books. You can find the link below.

Linda's work has been cited in a new book, entitled The Multisensory Handbook, which is a guide for children and adults with sensory learning disabilities. The author, Paul Pagliano, has mentioned Linda and her work. A quote from the book is as follows:

Author:  Linda Messbauer

Fri, 03/21/2008

When designing your Sensory Room, identify it's function.

Definitions of functional types of Sensory Rooms, Tranquility Rooms, Relaxation Rooms, Enriched Environments, Snoezelen Rooms, and Multi-Sensory Environments: Dedicated rooms:

Author: Linda Messbauer

Fri, 03/13/2009

An MSE room should be painted a white color because:

1. Empowerment: Painted white the room can represent a canvas ready to be painted on. The user gets to choosethe colors of the equipment he/she prefers to turn on against a neutral background. This helps to empower the person.

2. Contrast: The practitioner uses the white areas as a screen to project images onto; the white provides good contrast. Remember white is the absence of color and black is all colors in light.

Here you find links to international Snoezelen contacts and national Snoezelen Associations.

If you or your association wish to be on this list or have suggestions to links that might be interesting to others, please contact us.

Snoezel Doe-dag impressie

GEDC0293  GEDC0302 
GEDC0303 GEDC0262


Leerlingen van de Ursulinen Mechelen realiseren met eigen materialen een snoezelruimte voor personen met dementie.

Pupils from Ursulinen Mechelen realize a snoezelenroom with homemade materials for people with dementia.

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