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01/06/23 - Keenan Wilkinson
As the vibrant colours of the rainbow flag unfurl across cities and communities worldwide, it marks the arrival of Pride Month—an annual celebration and commemoration of the LGBTQ+ community. Pride Month is not just about parades and festivals; it is a profound acknowledgement of the struggles, victories, and ongoing efforts toward equality and acceptance.
Celebrating Learning Disability Week 2023
19/06/23 - Keenan Wilkinson
For Learning Disability Week 2023, we wanted to delve into what life may be like for someone who has a learning disability. Exploring the ups and downs, the strengths, and the challenges that may come with understanding their disability.
We asked two individuals how their experiences with learning difficulties affect their day-to-day lives, and how they manage to navigate this throughout their early childhood into an adult.
Make Music Day 2023
16/06/23 - Keenan Wilkinson
Being able to explore your auditory sense is so important, it allows you to experience sound in new and exciting ways.
We understand that individuals with learning disabilities may face unique challenges when it comes to processing and retaining information.
That's why we've created a collection of auditory products that are tailored to meet their needs for Make Music Day!
Rompa's Work on the World Cup 2022
21/12/22 - Keenan Wilkinson
In a bid to support football fans and help create the most accessible World Cup to date, Rompa® specially designed, manufactured and supplied five sensory rooms to stadia and fan zones surrounding Doha.
Utilising Rompa® and Snoezelen® products, manufactured in the heart of the Midlands, the team provided world-class sensory solutions to a world-class sport, supporting the way in which football teams & stadia are moving forwards to be wholly inclusive for its fans.
Weighted Blanket & Vests - Tips & Hints
06/12/19 - Guest Blogging
Our nervous systems can be challenged in responding to changes in daily rhythms of light and dark, sleep, eating, and physical activity.
For people who are sensory sensitive and rely on routine, predictable sensory experiences to function well, the holiday season can be a strain on one’s inner resources and adaptability in managing the day-to-day.
There are some tips that may be helpful to think about how to maintain some basic rhythms and routines in certain areas.
Celebrating the festive season with a person who has dementia
28/11/19 - Lesley Collier
As we get closer to the Christmas holidays the question of how to make it a pleasurable experience for a person with dementia is always a big question. Essentially, this time of year can be rather overwhelming for all of us with increased noise, hustle and bustle and flashing lights. It can also be an opportunity for sensory stimulation and reminiscence.
See our ten top tips for a calm and enjoyable Christmas.
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Celebrating the festive season with a person with autism.
The festive season can be an opportunity for fun and good cheer as we change our environment and behaviour. However, for some people with autism, the change of environment can also be overwhelming and stressful.
See our top ten tips for a multi-sensory Christmas.
Multi-purpose furniture can greatly enhance life for Older Adults suffering from Dementia and other conditions, they not only delight but encourage engagement and interaction which can be extremely fulfilling.
See our Reminiscence furniture range for a multi-sensory experience for Older Adults