As we enter the second-wave there is potential for our residents to experience an increase in stress and anxiety levels, and having a sensory room with specialised equipment, beanbags on the floor, interactive stimuli such as lights and music would be very therapeutic and offer our residents another way to relax.
If you feel you could support Chaseley at this time and donate towards our Sensory Room appeal, or you want to know a little more about the benefits of such a room for our residents, then please click the link.
The sensory room will help to further develop our residents functional performances as part of their care program, enabling them to improve their independence using multi-sensory inputs to explore and positively challenge their abilities.
The needs of our residents vary tremendously, depending on the exact nature & severity of their individual injury. Neurological disabilities can be very debilitating & have extensive implications on a person’s life & individual identity, affecting physical ability, memory, learning, self-awareness & overall functioning. Motor coordination, lack of flexibility & balance deficits, headaches, vision loss, speech impairment & sensory changes are some of the complex disabilities that our residents need support with.
Some key benefits include:
If you feel you could support Chaseley at this time and donate towards our Sensory Room appeal then please click the link below.
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The Chaseley Trust was established in 1946 by Dr Luttwig Guttman to care for Military personnel returning from the Second World War with spinal injuries. Dr Guttman, who initiated the Stoke Mandeville...