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Multisensory Room

Multi-sensory Room  
CHI at Temple Street
Temple Street
Dublin 1
Tel.: (01) 878 1706

What is a Multi-Sensory Room?

Multi-Sensory rooms are specially designed environments which give users an opportunity to completely relax or access a wide range of sensory experiences for therapy, learning or fun Multi-Sensory rooms are used by people of all ages and all abilities for relaxation, focused work, stimulation, physiotherapy, communication and stress release. They are sometimes also used for specific work, such as a teaching tool for children with additional needs.

Our Sensory Room has been designed by the Play Department, the Occupational Therapy Department, and the Projects Office to offer the best possible environment for children and young people. This project has been funded by the fundraising department.

“We would like to say a very sincere thank you to our sponsor – Vodafone Ireland Foundation. This partnership was created and facilitated by the Fundraising Office at the Hospital.”

Our Multi-Sensory Room 

The multi-sensory room is an interdisciplinary space with specialised equipment to promote focused work on the senses for individual and small groups of patients. It is an unique environment within the Hospital. It facilitates relaxation and escapism for children and young people through immersion in an environment of specialised equipment. The Multi-Sensory Room is open to patients attending the hospital on a referral basis only to the Multisensory Room Coordinators.

The room can be used with individual children or small groups. Each session is individualised according to the needs of each child. In the Multi-Sensory Room we use;

  • Fibre optics,
  • Wall projections,
  • Multi-media projector
  • Twinkle lights
  • Aromatherapy
  • Large bubble tube
  • Ultra-Violet light
  • Interactive panel
  • Visual perception box
  • Tactile objects
  • Music and movement

Multi-Sensory Room is by appointment only.

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