People with Autism, Dementia, ADHD, and similar other abilities can often find it hard to relax and switch their mind-chatter off before bedtime. Sensory bedrooms can be invaluable in helping those users feel relaxed and get to sleep at night.
The soothing lights and sounds of a sensory bedroom provide the perfect calming environment to help distract users from their heightened emotions or overwhelming thoughts. Sensory bedroom equipment (including sensory beds) can help soothe users into a state that promotes rest. It can also help them to de-stress before an anxiety-inducing procedure.
Check out some of our sensory bedroom ideas for inspiration on what products to feature to create your own sensory bedroom. Or, you can take a look at our Sensory Bedroom Packages, which have been carefully crafted to turn a user's bedroom into a perfectly tranquil environment for promoting sleep.
We offer a free 3D sensory room design service if you require a bespoke design for a sensory bedroom, working alongside you to ensure your ideal sensory bedroom space comes to life. Alternatively, to take a look at some of the previous sensory room projects we have worked on, head over to our case studies page. For some users, relaxing and unwinding can sometimes feel just as hard during the day, especially during a tantrum or autistic meltdown. You can discover some handy strategies for reducing a situation like this over on our blog.
At Experia, we're always here to help, so if you'd like to talk to one of our sensory specialists about creating your own sensory bedroom, either at home, in a care home, in a hospice or in a hospital, then please contact us today.