On 18th March 2020, we suspended all face to face activities and groups at our centre in response to the Coronavirus outbreak.
However, we are committed to supporting you remotely so have adapted as many groups as possible into a virtual format (see below for details). We are also posting videos & blogs to share activity suggestions you can do at home. Follow our social media channels to be kept up to date with all our SensationALL top tips!
Finally, you can visit our new resource webpage for useful information and links to help you while we are closed.
Our virtual programme
We have adapted as many services as possible to be delivered remotely using digital platforms so you can still access our support from home. This summer that includes the below virtual sessions:
Advice and support for parents/carers
We are here for you if you are feeling overwhelmed, in need of new ideas and strategies or if you just need to talk about challenges you’re experiencing. Our staff offer decades of experience and are great listeners!
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to book
New to SensationALL?
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.
If you need to know more about us first then get in touch with any questions or arrange to visit our centre (we hold information mornings once a month *currently on hold during covid-19 outbreak*). Read more about us and our centre here.
You can also sign up to our mailing list to receive updates about our upcoming timetables and services as well as useful information.
“My son has certainly grown since we began attending SensationALL. He has learned about himself, his Autism, sensory management, how to relate to others… so many non-tangible skills that many take for granted. He has been able to step outside of his daily noise to visit this very safe place.”