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Snoezelen Room is a Kaleidoscope for the Senses of a Young Boy with Autism

Posted: Friday, October 1, 2010 - 10:00


The Nanaimo Association for Community Living provides a Snoezelen room for children with autism and other sensory issues. Snoezelen rooms are multi-sensory environments that allow the person in the room to control how much sensory input he or she receives. The rooms are equipped with light and sound, scents, and textures, and can be used for relaxation as well as therapy. Kenny Bouvet’s mom says, “The room is a kaleidoscope for the senses. In this room he’s calm. He can get the stimulation his brain craves.”

Read original article: Sensory Experience Therapeutic

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