IRiS Sensory Room

first_imgA few years ago, we did a Tech Tip touring our Autism Resource Center’s unique sensory room. The idea of a sensory room was born in the late 1970s by two Dutch psychologists, who thought of the room as a therapy for persons with learning disabilities. Over the years, a sensory room began offering a wide range of multi-sensory stimulation, benefiting individuals with dementia, autism, cognitive disability, brain injury, chronic pain, and more. Designing a multi-sensory room requires a lot of time and research, as it involves finding products to stimulate all senses. Nowadays, you can practically get a sensory room off-the-shelf with the IRiS Sensory Room Package!According to the Sensory Processing Disorder’s website:“A sensory room is extremely therapeutic for both children and adults with sensory processing disorders… from mild to severe. In fact, anyone in the general population could benefit from spending time in one!”The IRiS Sensory Room Package is the “ultimate off-the-shelf wireless interactive package.” IRiS’s products are perfect for developing cause and effect skills, color recognition skills, switching skills, vocalization, social interaction and more.The wireless switching products can be positioned anywhere within a room to maximize a user’s comfort and experience.This IRiS Sensory Room Package includes:1 IRiS LED Bubble Tube 60″1 Bubble Tube Bracket1 Curved Bubble Tube Platform2 Curved Bubble Tube Acrylic Mirrors (36″ W x 48″ H, 48″ W x 60″ H)1 IRiS LED Fiber Optic Lightsource and Sideglow1 IRiS LED Light Spreader1 IRis LED Infinity Tunnel (available in 3 shapes)1 IRiS Musical Touch Wall1 IRis Switchbox1 IRiS+ iConverter1 IRiS Color Selector1 IRiS Soundswitch1 IRiS Switchbox1 Switchbox Overlays 1 IRiS Vibration Switch1 IRiS Qube (7″ x 7″ x 7″)1 IRiS Master Pairer – 6 way1 Aurora Projector Bundle — includes Aurora LED Projector, wheel rotator and 3 effect wheels (Balloons Extravaganza, Fireworks Bonanza and a blank wheel)1 BCB – Bubble Tube Additive1 Bubble Tube Pump and HoseTo learn more about sensory rooms or the IRiS Sensory Room Package, visit Experia USA.Share this…TwitterFacebookPinterest1LinkedInEmailPrint Related8 Things to Consider When Designing a Sensory RoomNovember 16, 2016In “Autism”LED Glowing Ball PitJuly 18, 2019Similar postRaindrop SwingSeptember 27, 2016In “Products and Devices”last_img

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