Not so much sensory but had a chill out room for when children raging.plain dim lit calm room- no pictures,harsh colours.cushions to sit on so if thrown I did not get hurt.did have electric oil burner for relaxing smell,a speaker so relaxing music/visualisation CD could be heard and a lava type lamp. One of the best things I did.dd could rage for your here if she was not in running away more.
now days has bit more in it but is still our relaxing room.
Single mum to a mixture of BC and AC all young adults.
No pics for now, but some more ideas from my friend who's an OT specialising in sensory issues...
- a pull up bar attached to a door frame, preferably with other attachments eg rings, trapeze for hanging upside down - home made crash mat - two single sheets sewn together and stuffed with old pillows, cushions, duvets - an exercise ball for doing homework/ watching TV - a large piece of stretch Lycra to get wrapped up in and try to escape! Can also be made into impromptu tunnels, or attached to a door frame to run into and bounce off - a spade hopper (easier to use indoors than a trampoline) - hammocks, indoor or out