Sensory Room Ideas
Another great sensory bedroom. Use an iPad for calming music, lights that mix with water theme, etc. The low mattress is great for seizures, autism, falling, especially with the mat right next to it on the floor.
A great sensory bedroom for a child who has seizures, autism or falling. The low mattress is much safer. The wall installations are like sensory walls. The playhouse can provide small safe area when in sensory overload.
Combine an adult fitness gym with a sensory gym for the entire family. Examples here include swings, ropes, balance ball, "disco ball".
Repurchased wine barrels create natural swing for indoors or out.
Great carpet for sensory integration.
Multi Use Space includes seating and storage with sensory components.
Natural colors, storage space organized with swings for a multi sensory experience.
closeup of multi sensory toys or objects hung on wall
Hang multi sensory objects in the wall. Have confortable seating nearby. cubbies provide space for focused sensory bins to be stored.
Separated soft play area provides privacy and enables other parts of this room to multi-function for many kid needs.
Ball pits can be so much more than a primary color box. Here is a great example of how the ball play is built into a themed sensory room.
This therapeutic corner provides multi-sensory use for many needs. The reclining chair can enable someone to receive treatments at home or in a health setting while having the calming and distraction of sensory integration.
The rock climb wall provides great and safe active sensory activities for any ages. The sleeping and resting nook not only gives extra sleeping (for the main room, a guest, a caregiver or for someone who needs energy management) but also provides the sensory "enclosed" space for decompression. The lack of rails and frame make the bedding safer for any situation.
A full and exciting play room that brings in many sensory features. The swings and rings can be used for fun and therapy. The slide is great for active play and can be upgraded to a larger set-up as the child ages. Furniture can double for soft play.
This room has many of the products with evidence to show significant help for multiple diagnosis and needs. Products of note include: LED string light, crash pad, cocoon swing, bubble tower, LED interactive wall, soft flooring. Extensive research shows this can help including: autism, ADHD, Pain Management, Alzheimer's, dementia, sensory processing disorder, cognitive rehab, mental illness and more. A special program can be created so each member of the house or organization gets the maximum benefit towards personal goals within the same space.
This sensory room was created from a former living area for a family with two children in need of close-by sensory use. Colors can be changed from primary matting to incorporate into the design of the rest of the house.
Great ideas for turning a garage or other different space into active sensory use for everyone in the family. Trusses support the climbing ladder and monkey bars support the swing. Many options for a sensory gym for multiple therapeutic uses as well as fun for everyone.
Many DIY easy sensory design elements that can be used in spare space within a house- with hanging sheets and string lighting, this look may be accomplished in a day.
Imagine calming sensory space for all adults. The swing is an instant "get away" for anyone.
Active sensory like this rock climb does not have to be relegated to playrooms. Through the use of neutrals and other integrated design, this fits perfectly into a combined living room for everyone.
Professional matting comes in all colors now, as do ball for the ball pits. A beautiful look is black matting with clear balls with LED lighting safely installed underneath.
Place these Koko Balance Cubes in different displays for higher sensory activity, or for calming. They take the wiggle out of the child and add fun for multiple generations.