SENSORY4ALL

A community multi-sensory space for all ages and abilities 

Sensory4all Update
September 2021

IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT

 

Sensory4all will be re-opening Monday18th October 2021 for private bookings!

 

We are very much looking forward to welcoming you back!

Coronavirus Update...

Following guidance from the government, we have updated our Covid-19 secure measures in line with the current advice. The safety place of participants, parents, carers and our staff members is still our priority.

 

o   The use of face coverings is no longer compulsory, however if any adults or children over 12 wish to wear a face covering during their session that is entirely at their discretion. 

o  Our private sessions are 45-minute long with 15-minute breaks between each session to make sure all our sensory equipment has been properly cleaned between use. You will be required to arrive on time and to please leave the sensory room promptly to enable staff time to clean and sanitise toys and equipment. We are also still encouraging our visitors to use hand sanitiser before and after sessions. 

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o   We will no longer charge per person and will now be charging per session. We would prefer people to pay in advance online, but we will also accept on the day cash payments, or payments by bank transfer. WE CURRENTLY CANNOT ACCEPT CONTACTLESS CARD PAYMENTS. Apologies for the inconvenience. 

o   We will not be giving out paper receipts – if you pay on arrival please ask for an email receipt, and if you pay online you will automatically be sent a receipt. 

o  If anyone in your booking develops symptoms of Covid-19 or are required to self isolate please get in touch to cancel your booking and we will re-schedule it for you. 

 

o   When you arrive for your private sensory play or relaxation session, our Sensory staff will show you into the room and demonstrate how the equipment works if it is your first visit. Once you are comfortable in the sensory room we will leave you to explore and have fun at your own pace. For drop in and stay and play sessions with larger groups (coming soon!) our qualified playworker will stay in the room with you and be on hand for craft activities, story times, quiet games and sensory based exploring!

 

o   Please let us know when booking the nature of any disabilities, health conditions or allergies within the group. Please also use the booking form to request any particular toys or equipment during your session or if there is anything you would like to have removed or switched off. (For example flashing lights).

 

o PLEASE NOTE WE ARE NOT ABLE TO OFFER OUR HOIST SYSTEM AT THIS TIME. 

 

o   A parent or carer must remain in the room at all times and be responsible for all children or vulnerable adults within their group. 

 

o   If you need access to our Changing Places facility (with hoist), please let a member of staff know and we will give you access.

 

o   You may bring bottled water or juice to keep hydrated, especially in warmer weather, but please do not bring food, hot drinks or cans/cartons into the sensory room or drink near any lighting or electronic equipment. Milk for babies is of course welcome. ​If you need a bottle heated up please ask.

 

 

If you have booked a session but need to cancel please use the Contact form, giving at least 24 hours notice.

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ABOUT

Sensory4all at Pavilion on the Park

Sensory4all is a multi sensory space for all ages and abilities from babies to adults. 

 

Activities focus on touch, sight and sound as well as the more abstract senses of wellbeing, space, time and togetherness. 

ACTIVITIES

Exclusive Sensory Sessions

 

Exclusive Sensory Sessions!

October-December 2021

Choose a free play session with some of our most popular sensory equipment, or our sensory relaxation experience 

New for December 2021!

Santas Sensory Grotto and Christmas Crafts

TESTIMONIALS

Parents Recommend

Edyta E.

“Myself and now my 2 years old have been coming here for a year. I was and still am able to see her progress of interaction with people and gross motor skills. I witnessed how her interests change as she gets older. I think it is the best place for baby and parent.”

James. T

"Lots of toys and items to play with. Lights, music and interactive projections were all captivating. Our daughter loved it."

Paul B.

“My teenage son has Austism and the sensory room is somewhere we can go to relax and enjoy spending time together. It's something we both look forward to doing each week.”