Hi all. I spent my Wednesday morning at the local Community Living London Ford Access Centre doing a Snoezelen Room training. That was kind of cool to see the sensory tools they have hooked up for public use. All you have to do is take one two-hour training session on how to use the equipment and then call and schedule a timeslot. For those who don’t know, these rooms are great for kids and adults with any type of sensory needs or autism. I may have to try out their leaf chair myself next week when I take my daughter in with me. There is a hot room and a wet room. The wet room is a hot tub also with very cool sensory lighting and fibre-optic curtains etc. There is also a track lift system for those who have less mobility.
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