Mental Health and Calming Rooms

There is so much more to the world of ‘Sensory’ than people may originally think. A ‘Sensory Room’ is an umbrella term used to categorise a variety of sensory spaces that are specially designed to have a positive impact on specific needs or disabilities.


Why does a Sensory Room help those with Autism?

Environment and Surroundings

People with Autism can often have trouble with Sensory Integration, which can be the root cause of problems in development, information processing and behaviour. They have difficulty making connections between their tactile, vestibular and proprioceptive sensory systems, any of which can be overactive or not active enough as a person interacts with their environment.