Multi-Sensory equipment specialists Experia are using REHACARE 2014 to showcase their exciting new interactive sensory projection system aimed at people with sensory disorders. The specialist rehabilitation, inclusion and care trade fair to be held in Dusseldorf from 24th – 27th September 2014 is the ideal platform to unveil this revolutionary piece of kit.
This life changing projection system offers users a world of interactive multi-sensory experiences using moving projected images, interactive software and can even combine sounds and smells to create a unique experience to all who use it.
Research from the Sensory Processing Disorder Foundation identified that the most effective treatment for Sensory Processing Disorder is a “fun, play-based intervention that takes place in a sensory-rich environment.” Experia’s portable multi-sensory projection unit is ideal for cause and effect development, using a wide range of programs that are constantly expanding.
The system boasts a range of unique features including a swipe card settings function, which enables the user to tailor make and change with ease their very own multi-sensory environments. The projection system encourages movement through its light touch interactive function and offers visual and auditory rewards.
Visitors at the REHACARE Trade Fair will have the opportunity to see and experience this amazing new piece of equipment first hand through live demonstrations. The trade fair is open from 9am-7pm on 24th – 27th September.
For more information about Experia’s multi-sensory projector or to explore their other exciting multi-sensory products, visit the all new Experia website at www.experia-innovations.co.uk.
Press release issued by Zoe Ward, Marketing Manager at Experia. For all media enquiries, please contact Zoe on 0800 612 6077 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org