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Pat McMahon
Sensory Rooms for Shopping Centres Blog TItle
In this blog, we’re going to outline the benefits of having a sensory room in a shopping centre. We’re also going to highlight the importance of improving the shopping experience for those with autism, Asperger’s, anxiety, ADHD or other conditions that may cause sensory overload. As Christmas creeps closer, shopping centres around the UK get...
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Halloween is an exciting time for children and adults alike. There are spooky decorations, fun costumes, quirky traditions and of course, plenty of sweet treats. However, for children and adults with disabilities, Halloween is yet another holiday that’s more hassle than it’s worth. Halloween can pose plenty of unique challenges for children with disabilities or...
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Sensory rooms are now widely accepted for the benefits they can bring to children with a wide range of problems. Sensory rooms for schools have become more popular, particularly in mainstream education. In this post we look at our unique modular sensory product, the settings it can be applied in and the benefits it can...
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Local authorities are often called upon to help residents who are living with a disability. Those who are living in an inaccessible home with a life-changing injury or disability can struggle to do simple tasks that others take for granted. As a local authority, it can be challenging to find the best way to help...
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With sensory rooms on the rise, we thought it would be a good idea to answer your frequent questions!
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The Business Disability Forum has launched the Disability Smart Awards to recognise those organisations that demonstrate a clear, ongoing commitment to meet the needs of their employees and customers. The awards are about celebrating businesses and organisations, and the individuals working in them, who have taken outstanding initiatives in disability smart action. The 2019 Disability...
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Living with a disability isn’t easy and can be incredibly costly. For those living with a physical or mental disability, everyday tasks such as taking a shower or making a cup of tea can become a daunting challenge, particularly if their home is not accessible. Everybody deserves to live comfortably in their own home. As...
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The idea of the sensory room is that it is a safe space. This means the actual physical design of the sensory room must be inherently safe for children to use. While this might seem like stating the obvious, it is important for any school to follow risk management when fitting then using a sensory...
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Open plan offices are the norm across many UK workplaces; once thought to encourage better communications, it’s now known that such a busy environment can have quite negative affects on employees. Employers are now seeking to create quiet rooms and spaces in the workplace – where employees can go to get away from the hubbub...
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Much work has been done to try and improve all areas of life for people living with disabilities and huge steps have been taken so it’s important that this work is continued – this week we’re looking at disability awareness in the UK and why it’s so important. Campaigning for Changing Places toilets is just...
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