The Sensory Room Archetype
The "Sensory Room Archetype" is a prototype design. It was built to be cost and space effective while meeting the sensory needs of a diverse population. It is located in a Western Kentucky High School MSD Classroom. It has proven to be highly effective and a reasonable addition for many schools with limited facilities and budgets.
Total cost approximately $2,000.00. Total square footage 42.
The Floor Plan
6 ft. Bubble
Decorative plywood shapes covered in texture materials
The Right Wall of the Sensory Room Archetype.
A Six Foot Bubble Tube
Mermaid Sequin Color Changing Fabric Stretched over quilting and plywood
Artificial Grass (Grass Texture)
Traction Roll (Sand Texture)
Glow in the dark stars and moon
The Left Wall of the Sensory Room Archetype.
A Padded Sensory Mirror
A Crash Mat
Fiber Optic Lighting
Stepping Stones and Squeeze Canoe are on the floor
Observation and Sensory Diet Documents
Sensory Processing Disorder
Use this document to capture the relevant sensory data that will help devise a sensory diet.
Sensory Discrimination Checklist
This checklist will give the examiner insight into whether the student is over-sensitive or under-sensitive.
Sensory Processing Disorders
Sensory Diet Analysis
Use this document to pull all of your information together to guide decisions for creating a sensory diet
Sensory Diet Summation
Use this document to describe the student's sensory diet in easy terms and targets so all participants can easily follow the diet with fidelity.