Experia is excited to announce that it has worked closely with Lord's Taverners Children's Charity in donate £25,000 to Autism East Midlands for the purchase of two state of the art sensory rooms at Sutherland House School in Nottingham.
The first room is a bespoke MiLE (Multisensory Interactive Learning Environment) set-up which features projected images, music, sounds, fibre optics and a bubble tube. The second room is a space for sensory integration support that focuses on children’s movement, balance and coordination.
Nick Priestley, Sales and Business Development Manager at Experia enthused, “We are so pleased and proud to be partnered with Lord’s Taverners Children’s Charity as official sensory equipment supplier. Since December 2010 we have passionately enjoyed designing, manufacturing and installing over 100 incredibly exciting and unique sensory solutions. The two amazing rooms at Sutherland House School are a fantastic example of how innovative wireless sensory technology can really help and enhance the provision of student support with life-changing benefits.”
Read the full announcement on Autism East Midlands website here
The Experia Team