Rosa Morison has added some exciting new equipment to its Multi-Sensory Room, which opened for service users earlier this year.
Rosa Morison first opened the doors to its Multi-Sensory Room in January and has now added a range of sound-activated and touch-sensitive equipment.
Like the initial establishment of the Multi-Sensory Room, the new equipment has been partially funded by the fundraising efforts of the charity Friends of Rosa Morison, with the rest of the money coming from the centre’s own budget.
The new equipment is all connected to Wi-Fi and linked to a computer system, making it fully interactive for service users.
Rosa Morison Manager Richard Buckman said all the new pieces of equipment were sound activated or touch sensitive and therefore all totally controlled by the individual.
“We have a cube which service users are encouraged to roll or throw which in turn will change the colour of the lights in the room.”
Rosa Morison is Your Choice Barnet’s day service for adults with profound and complex learning and physical disabilities.