Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD)
Sensory processing disorder (SPD) refers to a condition in the brain in which cells experience difficulty receiving and responding to information that is obtained through the senses. This may result in what others may consider to be excessive or exaggerated responses to sensory input, for example hiding from sunlight or gagging when having their teeth cleaned. Often this problem occurs concurrently with other behaviour or emotional disorders so it can be exaggerated by this. Our sensory rooms can be extremely beneficial to those who suffer from SPD as the sensory input is controlled by them and they can stimulate all 5 senses in a safe, calm environment.
Experia tailor makes sensory equipment and bespoke sensory rooms to suit any need and budget. We also offer a free 3D room design service if you need a little help with the initial design of your sensory space. With the help from our expert sensory advisors, we can help you create the perfect environment for the needs of its users, click here for more information or view our case studies to see some of our previous work.
You can also request a product catalogue by clicking here to get some more ideas for
your sensory space or watch our DVD to have a look at some of the best sensory rooms from around the world that we have installed. Click here to request your free DVD.
For information about our products and services, please get in touch today on freephone 0800 612 6077 or email us. Our friendly experts are always happy to assist you and answer any questions you may have.