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 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…Read more
Multi-sensory room honours founder's memory By Vincent Ball, Brantford Expositor May 2, 2016 Dan Ritchie died more than 15 years ago but his influence is still being felt. The Snoezelen room at Participation House, officially opened with a ceremony on Monday, is named in Ritchie's honour. A plaque that includes a picture of Ritchie was…Read more
Clinic offers a new way to treat children's pain By Jeremy Olson, Star Tribute March 27, 2015 A trippy new patient room at Children’s Hospital in Minneapolis is capable of producing an orange scent, or piping musical vibrations to a comfy chair, as part of the hospital’s movement away from conventional drugs and toward alternatives…Read more