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Our Sensory Rooms:

Sensory Room Design and Installation

Sensory rooms are designed to provide safe, controlled environments where people with autism and other special needs can explore and interact with a variety of sensory stimuli. Also, preschoolers and seniors with dementia can benefit from our sensory room designs. These rooms can help preschoolers improve their motor and cognitive skill development. Sensory rooms can help seniors with dementia improve memory and fine motor skills. These rooms offer calming, relaxing spaces for individuals with sensory processing disorders, and they can also be used to help people with autism, ADHD (attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder), and other conditions. These rooms can contain sensory equipment such as soft cushions, bean bag chairs, vibration pads, and sensory lights, which can calm and focus the individual. Sensory rooms can also be used as tools for teaching new skills such as self-care and communication while reducing anxiety and stress levels, which can improve sleep in adults and promotes focus and concentration.

When it comes to sensory room design and installation, it's important to have the right team on your side. At Amazing Sensory Designs, we pride ourselves on our full-service design team, which will work with you every step of the way to design a space that meets your needs. Our team of experts will assist with space layout and advise on specific sensory products and the best sensory equipment and materials to use in your space. Let us help you to create a sensory room that’s both functional and inviting.

We also specialize in creating custom sensory rooms for home and commercial settings. Our team of designers work closely with our clients to ensure that the sensory rooms we create meets their specific needs and budgets. We offer a wide range of sensory products and equipment, from mini sensory boards and customized boards to playhouses and spinning boards. Contact us today to learn more about our sensory room design and installation so that we can help you create a sensory room for your loved one or client.

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