For those with dementia or emotional and behavioural difficulties, bath time can be extremely stressful. The soothing lighting effects and soft music of a sensory bathroom can be a great way to reduce tension and anxiety and make the experience easier for everyone.
Sensory bathrooms add an extra dimension to bath time. Sensory bathroom equipment can help calm a user, meaning muscles relaxation and reduction of pain. Taking this a step further, sensory bathrooms can help the user open up to developing new skills, such as colour recognition, switching skills and cause and effect understanding.
We offer a range of products that are suitable for use in sensory bathrooms, including bubble tubes for different purposes (and even interactive bubble tubes), sensory projectors, light spreaders and fibre optic lights which can help even for those with low vision. Some of our IRiS range can be used in the bathroom as well, thanks to our IRiS Floating Switch which is completely waterproof and can be used with any IRiS product. Our products allow users to be engaged with sensory stimulation and distracted from any potential distress or upset.
We've put together two specialist bathroom packages, Hammam and Sulis, designed to encourage relaxation and distraction to make bath time more rewarding. Planning a sensory bathroom in your home or establishment can sometimes feel overwhelming, so please feel free to contact us to speak to one of our sensory advisors about how Experia's sensory bathroom equipment can meet your needs.
At Experia, we have a wealth of experience when it comes to developing the best sensory environment for the needs of a user, and that includes our sensory bathrooms. You can check out all of the previous projects we have worked on over on our case studies page. No matter the type of sensory room we are developing or sensory product we are installing, we always deliver a high-quality service for which we have developed a renowned reputation.
We also offer a free sensory room design service, to help make things easier for you, be sure to ask our experts about this when you call us on Freephone 0800 612 6077.