Quite a few of Lincolnshire’s children’s centres have a sensory room. These can provide a
valuable aid for children on the spectrum to recover from the trials of life. They can aid
relaxation, promote well-being and help in developing new skills.
- For a quick introduction to sensory rooms, see: Active Learning.
- For more information, see: SEN article. Multi-sensory environments provide invaluable
opportunities for personal development and empowerment, and they can play a vital role in the
curriculum, says Suzanne Little.
KIDS’ Early Support & Learning Provision can help pre-school
children to get the most from the sensory room.
- They may set the room up for soothing or learning.
- They decide what to do by talking to parents and watching the child.
See KIDS’ outline for more information.