Sensory Sessions Video

Our sensory sessions run at Wilberforce House. We have sessions for adults, children and infants with multiple disabilities including sight loss, autism and learning disabilities. Our sessions are run by Bob Mitchell, a volunteer, who has spent time crafting the sessions to the standard they are today. The sensory room is enjoyed by all ages…

Sensory Sessions – Updated

We have booked in further dates for our popular sensory sessions, which take place at our pop up sensory room in Huntington. Sessions include our basic sensory, active sensory, children’s sensory and the babies and infants sensory. Our sensory sessions are for people with disabilities including autism, learning disabilities and sight loss. For further information…

Sensory sessions at Wilberforce House

Summer Sensory Dates Added

Further dates have been added for our popular sensory sessions. The sessions which take place in our pop up sensory room are aimed at people with disabilities including autism, learning disabilities and sight loss. Dates added include: Children’s sensory 30 July 13 August 27 August Mid-week during the school holiday Monday, 1 August, 1pm –…

Active Sensory – a real work out!

By Becky Spence Our active sensory sessions are a great way to get some exercise, no matter how much mobility you or someone you care for has. As a fairly new member of staff, I went along to a session to see what really takes place. The session takes place every two weeks in our…