CISSS opens new multisensory facility

Health care workers demonstrate the benefits of calming machine on residents By Joel Ceausu, The Suburban March 21, 2018 Laval’s Integrated Health and Social Services Center (CISSS) has officially opened a new multisensory room at the Résidence Louise-Vachon. Over the last few months, the Chomedey residence for persons with an intellectual disability or autism spectrum…
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Dementia care sensory environment opens at Woldenberg Village on the West Bank

Dr. Joshua Lowentritt speaks about Louisiana's First Snoezelen® Multi-Sensory Environment (MSE) for Dementia Care. Dr. Lowentritt discusses how this MSE allows for a reduction in medication for some patients with the hope of improving their quality of life, as well as all of the other benefits of Snoezelen. Click to learn more about Woldenberg Village…
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Champions Club at Toronto Celebration Church

Champions Club is a specialized program for children with special needs, held at the Toronto International Celebration Church in Toronto, Ontario, utilizing Snoezelen Multi-Sensory Environments.

Champions Club at Lakewood Church

Champions Club is a specially designed developmental area for kids, youth, and adults with special needs. Our goal was to develop a program that would meet the developmental needs of children in four important ways, SPIRITUALLY, INTELLECTUALLY, MENTALLY, and PHYSICALLY. FlagHouse has designed and installed more than 30 projects throughout the US and Canada. Watch…
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