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3 Reasons to Love Our Sensory Rooms at Redbank House

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All children and adults with disabilities can benefit from using a sensory room. These environments have proven to be extremely valuable to those with disabilities. Some evidence suggests that those with challenging behaviour can improve and may be reduced over a long term period. Our service users Margaret and Angela suffer from Dementia and thoroughly […]

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Our Top 5 Sensory Parks in the UK

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Sensory is something we care strongly about at Redbank House and all the way through Disabled Living. Our multi-sensory rooms benefit both children and adults and our feedback has demonstrated that the environment is beneficial for our service users in many ways. Our service users Margaret and Angela suffer from Dementia and thoroughly enjoy the […]

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What Is a Sensory Room and Who Can Use them?

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What is a sensory room? A sensory room is an environment that creates events which focus on particular sense, such as feeling, vision and sound. The sensory rooms can create something much more abstract which can include sense of well-being, space, time and togetherness. This happens through special sound and visual effects. A sensory room […]

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Disabled Living Has A Number of Services You May Not Know About

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As you may know, Redbank House is part of Disabled Living. Disabled Living has many different parts of the organisations and has changed a lot within 119 years! The charity began in 1897 and has developed 5 main sections of the organisation. Take a look below to find out a little bit more about Disabled […]

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