Bubble tubes are used as a complementary focal tool for sensory regulatory activities or used interactively with encouraging visual tracking, color recognition, physical movement and hand eye co-ordination.
Panels bring interactive color, sound and light to a Snoezelen Sensory Environment. They can be wall mounted or placed on porters to make them portable.
The sense of smell is closely linked with memory, probably more so than any of our other senses. Smell loss occurs with both Parkinson’s disease and Alzheimers, and studies have indicated that a diminishing sense of smell can be an early sign of the onset of both condition.
Fiber optics are ideal for those who have difficulty in enjoying the normal range of lighting effects. Partially sighted people may have a range of differing abilities.