For a free design and quotation call us NOW! 0800 612 6077

Profound & Multiple Learning Difficulties

Profound & Multiple Learning Difficulties (PMLD also known as MDVI - multiple disability and visually impaired) it is often associated with a delay in development alongside sensory and physical impairments and epilepsy.

Some of the main signs of Profound & Multiple Learning Difficulties (PMLD) include; reading, writing and comprehension difficulties; struggles with maths in terms of skills and comprehension; limited vocabulary and communication; short attention span; struggling with logical reasoning; lack of coordination skills and struggling to remember what has been taught.

A sensory room break for an individual with a severe to profound learning difference is, simply put, imperative. And, for some of these students a sensory room is their classroom. A multi-sensory environment can provide the much needed “nutrition” that their sensory system demands. Time in a sensory room by Experia can make a world of difference for such special needs individuals. A multi-sensory room by Experia can provide the highest quality equipment producing sights, sounds and aroma to increase alertness, mood, energy and even cognition, allowing participants to reach their maximum potential. Our interactive bubble tubes, texture and noise panels as well as fiber optics and light tunnels can bring cognitive elements to their level, perception to their eyes and sound to awaken their ears. The sensory room also provides them with a safe environment where they can relax and be calm.

Some great tools for engaging individuals with Profound Learning Disabilities:

Balance Beam

Bubble Tubes

Fibre Optics

Sound Boards

IRIS Sensory Room

We offer FREE 3D Room Design Service. If you need assistance with designing a sensory space just get in touch. With the help from our expert sensory advisors we can help you create the perfect environment for your particular needs.

We are here to assist you!

Call on 0800 612 6077 or send an email to [email protected]

Read More Read Less