Does your club want to incorporate a sensory space?

Sensory Space

A sensory space can provide a low-stress, fun environment for an individual to work through their emotions.

This can allow individuals to calm down, relax, and eventually return to the main activity when they are ready.Sensory spaces can be beneficial for people on the autism spectrum, individuals with ADHD, cerebral palsy and Down Syndrome.Sports Focus has developed a guide for clubs to develop their own sensory spaces.

Download the Sensory Space Guide