sensory equipment experts
Experia is coming to Rehacare 2017
...and will be launching something new and exciting!
REHACARE is the leading international trade fair for rehabilitation, prevention, inclusion and care. Held 4th - 7th October, Experia is proud to be exhibiting at the event in Düsseldorf, Germany, on what is Rehacare's 40th year!
5 Creative Support Tools for Dementia
NUMBER 5: MY LIFE STORY
Compiling a ‘My Life’ story is something that people with dementia, family members and professional carers can benefit from. Due to problems with memory loss or communication, people with dementia sometimes need help to communicate their ‘story’ (those important aspects of their identity like background, interests, who and what is important to them).
Middlesbrough FC Kicks Off Sensory Offering
Middlesbrough FC and sensory specialists Experia have boosted the club’s sensory offering with a range of new specialist products at the club’s Riverside Stadium, to enable fans with a range of learning difficulties to enjoy football matches in a specially-designed safe environment.
Autism in Mainstream Schools
Multisensory equipment: not just for special education settings
Autism affects about one in 100 children, with an estimated 71% of children with autism now attending a mainstream school, so it is more important than ever to help students on the autistic spectrum get the support they need to thrive in a mainstream school setting. Continue reading
Dementia Awareness Week: 15th – 21st MAY
About Dementia Awareness Week
This week is Dementia Awareness Week. Spearheaded by Alzheimer’s Society, Dementia Awareness Week is dedicated to raising the profile of the condition in the public eye. Throughout this week there will be national and regional press coverage, awareness-raising and fundraising events across England, Wales and Northern Ireland. The focus of this year’s campaign is uniting together against dementia to improve care, offer help and understanding and give everyone the help they need.
New Sensory Room at Hounslow Special School
Staff, governors, pupils and parents at The Cedars Primary School in Cranford, Hounslow, are celebrating after attending the opening of the school’s first dedicated sensory room.
The special school, which has 61 pupils aged 4-11, will use the room to create positive learning environments for children with a range of social, emotional and mental health needs. Continue reading
What is Aspergers Syndrome?
Aspergers Syndrome is a lifelong developmental disability like other conditions on the autism spectrum. It affects the way people interact with others around them, and how they perceive the world around them. Autism and Aspergers are more common in the UK than people realise with around 700,000 people living with Autism. Continue reading