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Autism (AUT)

Sensory Equipment for Autism

Sensory equipment for autism can have a profound impact on its users, particularly if they are able to spend regular time in a sensory room. Sensory rooms can help autistic people to self-regulate and filter sensory input.

Experia's range of autism sensory products is carefully designed to reduce anxiety and help to minimise the risk of sensory overload or meltdown. They also encourage key skills, including communication, social integration and emotional development.

What Is Autism?

Autism is a spectrum developmental disability. It affects the way that individuals communicate and relate to others, as well as how they perceive and interact with the world. It isn't a disease or illness, and there isn't a 'cure'; many autistic people see it as a major aspect of how they identify themselves. 

For autistic individuals, it is important to find or create coping mechanisms to interact with a world that doesn't always make space for different ways of thinking. That's where sensory equipment for autism comes in!

Top Sensory Items for Autism

  • Bubble tubes – bubbles moving slowly through fluid with colour-changing LED lights make these a great sensory tool for autism, to help calm and soothe users.
  • Projectors – cast images onto the walls, floor or ceiling to create an immersive sensory experience.  
  • Aromatherapy – use scented oils and diffusers to stimulate the olfactory system.
  • Fibre optics – these are strands of light you can touch! These can be fun and soothing sensory items for autism.
  • IRiS – often the best thing you can do for an autistic person is to give them control over their own environment, and our range of IRiS technology does just that.

Experia tailor-makes our sensory equipment for autism and bespoke sensory rooms to suit any need and budget. We also offer a free 3D room design service if you need a little help with designing your dream sensory space. 

For information about our products and services, please get in touch today, or check out our different ranges of autism sensory products below. 

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