A fun and exciting way to develop gross motor skills in a tough hardwearing environment. This room has been designed to encourage the user to move in a variety of ways by going up, down, through, in and out. It’s a great area to let off steam or work on life skills such as colour matching and balance.
This soft play package can be used as a fun reward, but it really offers much more than that! From the introduction of different textures, to the sounds created when moving around in the ball pool, the intrigue of the calming fibre-optic carpet ceiling inside the soft tunnel, or the challenge of carefully selected games, physical play can have a profound effect on users’ development, and can positively change how their brain reacts to touch, sound, sight and movement.
It is ideal for developing sensory integration, balance, gross motor skills and coordination in individuals with autism spectrum disorders and dyspraxia, or as a great way for those with ADHD to release pent up energy in order to return to a calm state and continue their day with increased concentration.
Have a look around this room by dragging your mouse across the image below (Google Chrome recommended), or click here on your mobile to view in VR (VR Goggles required)
- 2x Soft Towers
- Ball Pool & Balls
- Soft Slide
- Soft Tunnel with internal fibre-optic carpet ceiling
- Wall Padding (to fit your room)
- Floor Padding (to fit your room)
- Soft Kurb (dependant on room size/shape)
- Shoe Sorter
- Bluetooth Amplifier (with gesture control)
- Wall Mounted Speakers
- Instruction Manuals
All Experia Soft Play is made to order in your choice of colours. Please see the colour swatch in the additional images.
Sensory Rooms Multi Sensory Packages, Soft Play Sectors Architects, Building & Construction, Hospitals, Local Authorities, Schools Senses Tactile (touch), Vestibular, Proprioception, Balance Uses No Abilities Asperger’s Syndrome (ASP), Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD), Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Autism (AUT), Dyspraxia (DCD), Epilepsy (EPI), Moderate Learning Difficulties (MLD), Sensory Processing Disorder