ADHD and ADD are thought to result from a lack of dopamine receptors in the brain. This means that someone with ADHD needs greater stimulation and reward in order to focus their attention on a task, to stop them from becoming bored with an activity and therefore to prevent their mind from wandering. A multisensory environment can provide excellent tools for encouraging focus, attention and concentration, by providing the dopamine hit that those with ADHD require in order to concentrate.By carefully selecting and designing your room, you can use the heightened stimulation provided by the lighting effects, sounds, aroma and tactile sensations to fully engage users in the lesson and ensure that they concentrate and retain the information being taught. Regular sensory room attendance can also have a profound effect on such individuals and the benefits can carry over to day-to-day activities and learning. Setting up a sensory room may be the solution you need for those with learning differences and attention challenges. Contact us to speak to one of our sensory advisors about a sensory room to meet the needs of your users, or take a look at the sensory products and room packages listed below, all created to encourage attention and focus in individuals that need this additional stimulation.