Sensory rooms

Experiences from Snoezelen house

An Occupational Therapist says: "I use the Protac MyBaSe® mattress on the stable side, where the user can sink deep into the balls and just float on the mattress. Mostly it is used with a projector / film and some calm music. I find that the user completely relaxes. Those who have tried it before often seek it out as the first thing when they come back. One user stopped her continual flow of speech as soon as she got down in the mattress. She typically chatters non-stop; I interpret her response as a sign of feeling safer. The therapists use it on the stable side and often in combination with the Protac Ball Blanket®. A woman with anxiety and brain injury needed help to calm herself, and Protac MyBaSe® was the only place where we could help her relax and actually get in physical contact with herself without having to constantly focus on her anxiety. "


Experiences from Snoezelen house

A woman with anxiety and brain had injury needed helped to become calm, and Protac MyBase® was the only place where we could help her relax and get in physical contact with herself without having to constantly focus on her anxiety.


Experiences from Snoezelen house

A man at a residential center uses the Protac SensCircle® for positioning and relaxation. The pillow gives him peace of mind. He relaxes quickly and can better fall asleep later in the evening.


Children in sensory room

The occupational therapist tells us about the children's comments: "I love that ball chair - I want one like it at home"; "It is wonderful"; "I’ll take it home without you seeing it"; "I want one for Christmas". Most of the children in the sensory room share their enjoyment of using the chair’s wings to wrap up in.


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