Snoezelen® Sensory Room Funding Guides
Our Snoezelen® Sensory Rooms can provide calming, stimulating, and therapeutic environments for everyone and we believe everyone should have access to a Snoezelen® Sensory Room, regardless of their financial situation.
Take a look below to find some really useful links to charity grants, government grants, and fundraising ideas that might be able to provide financial support for your Snoezelen® Sensory Environment.
Contained within this pack is information relating to different funding options available, that are provided specifically to residential care homes.
This information pack provides practical guidance for educational institutions and schools to help you secure the financial support you need, to make it a reality.
This Financial Support Pack will provide you with an overview of the different funding options available and how to apply for them.
COT Annual Conference - Using Snoezelen in Mental Health with Dr. Lesley Collier
Watch Dr Leslie Collier speak at the COT Annual Conference. Here, Dr Collier explains the benefits of employing Rompa® Snoezelen® to imrove mental health.
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Articles, Studies & Reports
Snoezelen and aggressive or self injuring behaviour - Effects of Snoezelen rooms, daily living skills training activities, and vocational skills training on aggression and self-injury by adults with mental illness
Mood effects of Snoezelen integrated into 24 hour dementia care - Residents receiving snoezel care demonstrated a significant treatment effect with respect to their level of apathetic behavior, loss of decorum, rebellious behavior, aggressive behavior, and depression
Establishing sensory-based approaches in mental health inpatient care- Findings indicate the importance of cultural change, compared with simply an environmental change, giving all staff and consumers the confidence to utilise a variety of sensory-based methods during times of need