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Transitions

Transitions

Transitions - Encompassing a multitude of changes varying from small to large

Change can be unpleasant for many people. But for those with Autism and ASD, Alzheimer's or other forms of Dementia, transitions can be all but traumatic.

A sensory room can be used to create more pleasant and unthreatening experiences of change, so that those who do find change extremely debilitating, can start to develop coping strategies, then learn to enjoy and even seek out the experience.

Removing the uncertainty of extraneous sounds, sights and objects and replacing them with controlled lighting, sound and vibration can make transitions a bit simpler and easier on the individual in need. By placing environmental control where they are the master of change, learning to transition can be highly rewarding, enabling them to develop positive psychological associations with change. The use of interactive switches and rewarding sensory experiences such as sounds, bubble tubes and lighting effects, mean that the benefit is all on the changer.

The sensory equipment listed here is all fantastic for enabling users to get to grips with transitions and change in a safe environment. Or if you'd like to speak to one of our team about setting up the ideal sensory room for your users, contact us today.

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