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  • 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...
  • Another sensory room, another delighted customer

    Over the years we have received some wonderful comments and testimonials about our team and our sensory products, something that makes doing what we do that little bit more rewarding. Our most recent success story comes from Bristol and the Davis family. Corner of Oliver's sensory room Lisa Davis contacted...
  • Experia Sensory Room engages a range of disabled users in a fun and enjoyable way.

    WLCT Chief Executive Stuart Murray, Carolyn Knight Commissioning Officer for Staffordshire County Council, Sue Wilson, Olivia Wilson Paralympic Flame Ambassador and Councillor Christine Mitchell, Cannock Chase council Leader for Culture and Sport Experia have manufactured and installed countless sensory rooms throughout the UK in the past 8 years, each...
  • Multi sensory equipment by Experia makes Dreams Come True

    Experia have provided state of the art multi sensory equipment to a large number of charities throughout the UK over the past seven years, each of the charities unique but having the same goal, making lives better. We were thrilled to hear from "Dreams Come True" when they contacted us...
  • Experia with Sarah Beeny and Channel 4 make a dream come true with a state of the art wireless multi-sensory room

    Experia have donated a state of the art wireless sensory room to a family based in West Sussex which is set to appear on the Channel 4 show hosted by Sarah Beeny "Double Your House For Half The Money". The channel 4 show which airs September 17th at 8pm follows a family as they are undergoing major home renovations to accommodate the growing needs of their 7 year old disabled daughter Iona-May who suffers quadriplegic cerebral palsy. Continue reading

  • University of Bath opens autism summer school

    A summer school is due to open at the University of Bath to attract autistic students into higher education. Issues which may put off prospective students will be covered such as stress and anxiety and how to build social skills while living away from home. Autistic students will be given...
  • Spring Bank Holiday: How do you fill the holiday void with an Autistic son?

    I'm sure a lot of you will be wondering how to keep your children happy and busy this Spring Bank, this article has some great ideas on how to keep your young ones busy in what can be quite a stressful time. Continue reading

  • Experia donates a new sensory room to Carlton Digby School

    Experia have donated a number of sensory rooms to To The Lords Taverners over the past few years, all enhancing and improving the lives of many, the latest of which is found at Carlton Digby School in Nottingham. The school was presented the room by the voice of the BBC Test...

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