Our sessions and activities are designed to support individuals with multiple support needs and neurodiverse conditions. Sessions take place at either the Old Schoolhouse in Westhill or Belgrave House, Aberdeen as well as occasional outreach activities across the Northeast of Scotland.

Our team work hard to design sessions are fun, engaging and most importantly, beneficial!

We deliberately keep group sizes small to accommodate for everyone’s needs and make sure everyone gets chance to participate but therefore, sessions become full quickly.

You must register with us before booking any sessions.

Play sessions

Family Soft Play Sundays

For families with children aged 0-10

Enjoy some relaxed time with the whole family in our soft play area and sensory room.

Our staff will be on hand to show you how to use equipment and can make suggestions for beneficial play and activities.

These sessions are also chance to meet with other families in similar situations while the children socialise and play in a safe environment.

  • 1-2pm (under 5s)
  • 2.30-3.30pm (6-10 years)

£5 per family, per session

Pre-school Sensory Play
Thursdays during school termtime

For 0-5 year olds and their families

Designed to support young children struggling with sensory processing and/or tolerating group settings. The group provides a safe, stimulating and supportive environment to explore a range of sensory elements while having fun. Includes a range of activities for children to explore their senses and develop emotional awareness.

Sensory play is hugely beneficial for building neural pathways, supporting language, cognitive and motor skill development whilst improving their problem-solving ability. Our activities allow families to explore and learn about their child’s sensory tolerances and thresholds.

Plus parents/carers have chance to meet others in similar situations and seek information and tips from our skilled members of staff.  

Blocks of 5 sessions – 10-11am, Westhill

£20 per block, per family

Social and Activity Groups


Our self-regulation programme is designed for youngsters struggling with emotions or behaviour.

Chill-oot! works on different elements of self-regulation and emotional literacy to support youngsters on their developmental journey. Through fun activities, attendees learn about emotions while building their own coping techniques so they can regulate responses and manage behaviour.

The practices taught in Chill-oot! enable youngsters to be more tolerant of group settings and can empower them to cope better in the classroom, in public and in stressful situations.

Each programme includes weekly 1 hour sessions which are held at both our centres during school term.

£30 per attendee, per 5 week block

Places are offered when available – email us at info@sensationall.org.uk to register your interest.

READ MORE about CHILL-Oot! here


Regular social groups for youngsters with support needs.

Sessions are a safe place for children and young people to meet and make friends with others similar to them while, being supported by our specialist staff. Through their choice of fun activities and games we promote social interaction, friendship building and communication in order to improve self-esteem, confidence and ability to cope in social settings. We also organise regular outings.

  • Teens [ages 12+] Thursdays in Westhill and Fridays in Aberdeen, 6.30-8pm
  • Primary [ages 6-11 years] Sundays in Westhill 4.30-5.30pm
  • SociALLise Plus+ [age 12+ with learning disabilities/complex needs] Wednesdays in Westhill, 6.30-8pm

*PLEASE NOTE, all SociALLise sessions are currently full and a waitlist is in operation: email us at info@sensationall.org.uk to join

We ask all families to register with us before signing up for a session or activity. This will give us the important information we need to know about your loved one to ensure the support we provide is suitable for their needs.

Read more about us and our centre here.

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The safety and wellbeing of our children and vulnerable adults is our highest priority and we have strict procedures and policies for safeguarding – if you wish to view a copy of the policy please let us know.

All our staff and volunteers are PVG checked with Disclosure Scotland and complete annual safeguarding and child protection training.