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The Sensory Couch activates the senses with great sound, vibration and visual effects. These effects are created by touching the touch panel. Changing theme is simple. Just change the visual placemat. The user can actively create music, vibration and visual effects, but he can also just relax and listen to his favorite music. If you sit next to your resident you can both enjoy the amazing sounds and communicate about this wonderful experience.

 

If it is not possible to create a permanent place for a Sensory room, the  Mobile Sensory Cabinet is the ideal solution. The mobile and flexible  handmade cabinet is beautiful, made of durable wood, stimulates the all the senses and is exciting for your residents. In the package four theme Sensory resource boxen are included. Depending on the needs of each individual you customize the cabinet with the appropriate sensory materials and hit the road. You bring Snoezelen towards your residents.  In no time you can transform each room into an interactive Sensory room.

 

Young children are at the beginning of their development. Childcare organizations play a crucial role in this development and often have the objective to support the young children in a pedagogical way in order to advance in their development.
For a proper development of the child well-being and involvement of the child is essential. From observation of the behavior of the child you can read how they feel and whether they show commitment.

Young children are sensory focused and learn from direct, concrete experiences. Children also have their own way to create a moment of peace and security for themselves.
MSE/Snoezelen is to foster the well-being, social contacts and self-esteem. MSE/Snoezelen enriches the world of the young child and encourages development.
For this individual target group we design the MSE based on its unique five principles:

  1. It is a place of rest and relaxation to improve concentration.
  2. It is supporting the development of skills.
  3. It offers activities to increase self control.
  4. It is a challenging area that seduces the child to explore.
  5. It consists of flexible equipment that can be adapted to the needs of the child.

 

The main feature of special education is that children go through a development customized to the capabilities of the individual child. This means that the children deserve an appropriate place in the education system where the child is challenged and where their potential and their disability is taken into account.

A MSE/Snoezelenroom for this group has a great added and supportive role in advancing development that is based on the possibilities. Within the MSE/snoezelenroom activities can be offered that connect to the learning lines. By making use of a deliberate and methodical approach within the snoezelenroom the facilitator can let a student to relax, observe and development or influence behavior.

For this individual target group we design the MSE based on its unique five principles:

  1. It is a place of rest and relaxation to improve concentration.
  2. It is supporting the development of skills.
  3. It offers activities to increase self control.
  4. It is a challenging area that seduces the child to explore.
  5. It consists of flexible equipment that can be adapted to the needs of the child.

The target group of the disabled is a very broad audience, but each client is unique in his or her possibilities and limitations. The place in society of people with disabilities has changed positively in recent years . People with disabilities no longer want to be patronized. They want to make choices and keep in control. In other words, they want to be the director of their own lives.
It is important that people with disabilities develop self-confidence and be sure of their own competencies. Quality of life is a concept that becomes more and more widespread and gradually become more important in the care for the disabled.
If you choose a large permanent MSE/Snoezelen room it is important that all sensory perceptions and experiences can take place. Selection and dosage of sense stimulation should be possible and even a prerequisite to be able to adapt the room to the personal preferences.
For this individual target group we design the MSE based on its unique five principles:

Multiple Disabilities / Autism / ADHD

1. It provides a large variety of sensory stimuli.
2. Ability to control, adapt and dose the stimuli is a must.
3. A division of the space into separate areas for optimal stimulus.
4. A good mix of relaxing, active and interactive equipment and activities.
5. A dynamic and attractive décor.

 

Sensory Rooms for all people with special needs

Worldwidesnoezelen.com is proud to offer the best Sensory Room Equipment , all individually designed to suit the requirements of the users. Whether it be interactive or calming we can help you create the environment you want to achieve in your space for your users!

Alzheimer and Dementia

The main characteristic of dementia is the loss of autonomy and loss of identity. The result is that feelings of fear play an important role in the experiential world of the demented elderly.
Furthermore, people with dementia:
1. experience their deterioration and suffer,
2. are living more and more in their past,
3. experience their stay in an institution as stressful

An important part of care for people with dementia is "to meet". The aim of these true 'encounters' is providing security and protection. If the caregiver is able to do this, people with dementia feel less abandoned. And this fosters the wellbeing of the elderly.
A MSE/Snoezelen room for this group therefore has a great added and supportive role in fostering the well-being of the individual. It offers the resident the opportunity to escape from everyday reality. The anxiety may even just be forgotten because they literally step into another world. The MSE/Snoezelenroom is also for the caregiver an excellent place to 'meet' the resident

For this target group we design the MSE based on its unique five principles:

1. It is a place of rest and relaxation.
2. It offers sufficient 'distraction' or stimuli that decreases the anxiety.
3. It is a safe and familiar environment that appeals to positive memories.
4. It gives a sense of support, recognition and familiarity for the resident.
5. It must enable the caregiver to make contact

 

During  the International Conference  ‘Experience is living’ in Vreugdehof practice experts and scholars discussed the question of how conscious sensory activation - as part of the 24-hour client-centered care - simplifies the care tasks and enhances the well-being of clients.

A 3 minute video to show how a maternity ward is developed by collaboration between Philips Lighting, Wavecare and the Nordsjællands hospital using a Philips luminous textile panel. 

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