New sensory room at learning disability service using innovative “tovertafel” technology

New sensory room at learning disability service using innovative “tovertafel” technology

For one of our learning disability services in Lincolnshire, the opening of their new person-centred sensory room has changed the lives of residents and staff alike. It is an exciting innovation for the service, and another way of adding fun, colour and inspiration to the lives of our service users.

The sensory room is equipped with a tovertafel, a magical piece of technology creating moments of happiness for service users, through colourful projections and interactive games. The technology encourages movement, working with others, and participating in meaningful activity. This is the centre of the sensory room and it entices people to engage, providing them with unique visual experiences.

In addition, surrounding the tovertafel are dazzling lights, bubbles and textures. It is a space in which to be present and enjoy feelings of wonder, whether that is quietly relaxing in a soft armchair, immersing yourself in activity, or connecting and playing with others in a group.

The new sensory room at the Lincolnshire learning disability service is an amazing example of giving the people who use our services a special quality of life that involves joy, meaning, creativity and spirit.

Click on images from the gallery below to see more of the sensory room.