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Case Studies

MiLE Room - Cordoba Case Study

Case study - Cordba Multisensory Learning Enviornment

Maceen Al Sharq Co are an experienced engineering and technology company based in the state of Kuwait. They provide innovative products, professional services and engineering solutions to the Healthcare sector in order to help the community. We are proud to have worked on over 20 projects and partnered with this forward-thinking company for over 10 years.

Their lastest project which we were involved with, was to create an immersive multi-sensory room that would fulfil and develop the needs of the children within their care. In order for the room to really make a difference, it was essential that it was designed to cater to all needs and abilities. 

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MioCare Group Sensory Room

Case study - MioCare Group Sensory Room

MioCare (Made In Oldham Care) Group provides valuable help and support to people with a variety of needs to ensure that they can get the most out of life. This is done by promoting choice, well-being and, ultimately, independence. The Group’s ambition is to set the standard for person-centred care in the sector.

Discover how they set about developing a bespoke sensory room in order to create meaningful and engaging experiences for existing MioCare Group service users, as well as the wider community in Oldham and Greater Manchester. 

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Discover Hannahs IRiS Sensory Room

Case study - Hannah’s discover independence and accessibility with an Experia IRiS Sensory Room

Discover Hannah's, a care centre in Devon for children and young adults with profound and multiple physical and learning difficulties, approached Experia for a tailored sensory room for its residents at its specialist adult services area, Hannahwood.

The residents who will use the sensory room range from those who are able to walk independently, to others who have very restricted body movement, and so the equipment had to be accessible and meaningful to all.


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Watford FC Sensory Room

Case study - Watford FC Scores Sensory First with Experia

Experia has installed a state-of-the-art sensory room at Watford Football Club, kicking off a new partnership that is focussed on providing dedicated sensory areas at every Premier League football club in the country.

Thanks to the tireless efforts of The Shippey Campaign, Sensory Rooms at Football Clubs are now becoming a reality: giving those on the Autism Spectrum the opportunity to attend and enjoy football matches like everyone else.


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Manor Mead School swimming pool

Case study - Manor Mead is swimming in new technology!

When Manor Mead School in Shepperton, Middlesex set out to find suitable new equipment to replace their out-of-date sensory pool area, the vast product range from Experia stood out from the rest.

"We have used Experia in the past, when installing and maintaining our sensory rooms. We were happy with the equipment and the service we received so we had no hesitation in using them again,” recalls Tracey Penman, Assistant Head Teacher at Manor Mead School.


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Reading Leisure Centre sensory room

Case study - From fitness to fun, Experia creates a first for Reading Leisure Centre

A public leisure centre in Reading has become one of only a handful in the UK to offer a sensory room for disabled children and young people within the local community.

Michelle Ward, manager at Academy Sport Centre, the chosen building for the new facility, worked closely with experienced sensory advisors from Experia to design the best sensory solution possible using the latest products. 


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Ashgate Croft School swimming pool

Case study - Ashgate Croft

Ashgate Croft is a large school on the outskirts of Chesterfield, offering a full range of opportunities for over 140 children and students with special needs aged 3 to 19 years. The school approached Experia when it wanted to upgrade its existing pool, built in 1973, to new state of the art facilities. The main objective was to design a pool large enough to enable pupils of any age to be unrestricted, whilst also enabling the school to raise revenue by being able to hire out the facility to other groups.

The Experia team were asked to supply and install an 'all singing, all dancing' interactive sound and light system like no other. 


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