Welcome to Experia, the home of Sensory Equipment


  • See our new Musical Touchwall in action!

    Experia are excited to have recently launched the new Musical Touchwall, a unique state of the art fun developmental tool.  Watch the video here and see for yourself. Continue reading

  • The Autism Show 2015: Manchester

    Experia will be attending the 2015 Autism Show at EventCity in Manchester tomorrow. If you are planning to attend and would like to set up a meeting just send an email to [email protected] or call 0800 6126077. Continue reading

  • Room Director v2.2.5: Collaborate and Share to win an iPad mini

    A must read for all existing M.I.L.E users

    ipad-min-bannerTo celebrate launching version 2.2.5 of our fantastic new Room Director software, Experia will be running a monthly competition over the next three months for all M.I.L.E users to win a free iPad mini! Continue reading

  • Experia would love to hear from you

    Experia are always looking to improve the service we provide. As passionate individuals we realise the importance of obtaining feedback from our customers and partners. We love what we do, however, we are only human, and do appreciate that things won't always run smoothly; this is why we need to...
  • The Benefits Of A Sensory Room

    What Is A Sensory Room?

    A Sensory Room is a specially designed room which combines a range of stimuli to help individuals develop and engage their senses. These can include lights, colours, sounds, sensory soft play objects, aromas all within a safe environment that allows the person using it to explore and interact without risk. Continue reading

  • Chris Tarrant OBE with our equipment

    Experia has been working with the Lords Taverners Charity for a number of years now in partnership to provide sensory equipment for people with special needs. The charity helps disadvantaged individuals who, without their help, wouldn’t be able to have the multisensory equipment which makes such a difference to their...
  • Multi-sensory environments in Dementia care

    According to Science Daily - A new guide has shed fresh light on the positive impact multi-sensory environments can have when caring for people with dementia. The guide contains advice about different materials and tools that can be used to stimulate senses, such as scents like lavender to relax and...
  • Sensory Room Engages Disabled Users in Fun and Joy

    New Experia Sensory Room engages a range of disabled users in a fun and enjoyable way

    Experia have manufactured and installed countless sensory rooms throughout the UK in the past 8 years, each one a true labour of love, that’s why we are always delighted to receive great feedback on the work we do from clients that are enjoying our sensory rooms and equipment. Continue reading

  • Check out our new site

    Our brand new website, full of Multi Sensory products for any room or ability. We've just launched our new and improved website. Our new site is far more user friendly and allows you to find and purchase products far more easily. On the new site you can find products...
  • Ickburgh School uses Experia’s M.I.L.E to create their own Winter Wonderland

    Over the years we’ve come across schools and establishments utilising their Sensory Rooms in innovative and creative ways to transport users to another world, time or place at any time throughout the year. A winter wonder land created by Ickburgh School in London We were therefore seriously impressed by the...

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