Rare custom-made sensory integration room unveiled

SenSI director Emma Jerman and therapist Evie. PHOTO: Stuart Beard.

SenSI director Emma Jerman and therapist Evie. PHOTO: Stuart Beard. - Credit: Archant

The opening of England's only custom made sensory integration clinic room was celebrated with an open day near Norwich.

A child enjoys the new Sensory Integration Room at SenSI. PHOTO: Stuart Beard.

A child enjoys the new Sensory Integration Room at SenSI. PHOTO: Stuart Beard. - Credit: Archant

Around 100 professionals and families visited the Norwich based SenSI on Friday, April 27 at Richmond Lodge in Mulbarton.

SenSI provides comprehensive assessments and treatment for children and adolescents suffering from Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) to assist their participation in everyday life activities. The room was custom built and designed specifically to the clinic's requirements.

Sensory Integration Therapy is carried out in facilities carefully designed so children feel relaxed, at home and playful at all times throughout every session.

Annie Doubleday and Emma Jerman, directors of SenSI, plus their team of 16 therapists were also able to showcase their other clinic facilities, including Aquatic Sensory Integration sessions in the hydrotherapy pool.

SenSI therapist Georgia in the Sensory Integration Room. PHOTO: Stuart Beard.

SenSI therapist Georgia in the Sensory Integration Room. PHOTO: Stuart Beard. - Credit: Archant

The Sensory Integration Room at SenSI. PHOTO: Stuart Beard.

The Sensory Integration Room at SenSI. PHOTO: Stuart Beard. - Credit: Archant

SenSI's open day celebrated their new and unusual Sensory Integration Room. PHOTO: Stuart Beard.

SenSI's open day celebrated their new and unusual Sensory Integration Room. PHOTO: Stuart Beard. - Credit: Archant

The garden at SenSI's open day. PHOTO: Stuart Beard.

The garden at SenSI's open day. PHOTO: Stuart Beard. - Credit: Archant


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