DetailsBath time is a great opportunity to provide rest and relaxation, helping muscles to relax and reducing pain. When combined with the colour changing lights and shapes of this bathroom package, the effect is dramatically enhanced. Alternatively, for those who find bath time extremely stressful, the distraction of the interactive colour and shape changes can be invaluable in reducing tension and anxiety. Perfect for Care Homes, Nursing Homes, Hospitals and Hospices, Sulis provides a cost-effective sensory bathroom package suitable for the full spectrum of abilities. The IRiS Shape Projector can be controlled from the bathtub using the waterproof IRiS floating switch. With its large ergonomic pushbutton, users can scroll through the range of 6 different colour and shape projections. Great for distraction therapy and calming so that muscles relax and pain is reduced, it can also be used to develop gross motor skills, cause and effect understanding, and colour and shape recognition.
Have a look around this room by dragging your mouse across the image below (Google Chrome recommended), or click here on your mobile to view in VR (VR Goggles required)Sulis includes:
- IRiS Shape Projector
- Floating Switch
- Instruction Manuals
Sensory Rooms Multi Sensory Packages, Sensory Bathrooms Sectors Architects, Building & Construction, Care Homes, Hospices, Hospitals, Local Authorities, Nursing Homes Senses Visual (sight) Uses Calming, Cause and Effect, Colour Recognition, De-escalation, Distraction Therapy, Gross Motor, Shape Recognition, Theming Abilities Asperger’s Syndrome (ASP), Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD), Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Autism (AUT), Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD), Cerebral Palsy (CP), Dementia, Down Syndrome (Downs), Dyslexia, Dyspraxia (DCD), Emotional and Behavioural Disorder (EBD), Epilepsy (EPI), High Functioning Individuals, Moderate Learning Difficulties (MLD), Pervasive Development Disorder, Physical Difficulties (PHY DIFF), Sensory Processing Disorder, Severe Learning Difficulties (SLD), Visual Impairment (VI), Brain Injured, Profound and multiple learning difficulties (PMLD), Self Harm