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Girl in Sensory Room using Interactive Floor Projection

Sensory Integration Education recognise OMi as preferred suppliers

Sensory Integration Education recognise OMi as preferred suppliers.

OMI are proud to have been recognised as preferred suppliers by Sensory Integration Education for helping to transform care delivery. SIE are a world-class, international training provider of sensory integration courses for professionals and parents of children with sensory issues including autism, sensory processing disorder and ADHD.

OMi have been transforming care delivery through motion activated experiences for sensory and learning environments since 2005, and continue to lead the way in creating multi- sensory rooms that encourage active engagement through motion. OMi systems allow for precise control of levels of stimulation, for those prone to sensory overload, having the ability to easily control the levels of sensory stimuli is important.

Find out more about OMi’s sensory products for SEN, adults with special needs and elderly care.

Sensory Integration Education Proffered Suppliers

Learn to recognise and support sensory needs with SIE

Sensory Integration Education is a not-for-profit organisation providing university accredited postgraduate online training in Ayres Sensory Integration. SIE provide online courses for professionals and parents of children with sensory issues including autism, sensory processing disorder and ADHD to improve awareness, understanding and the treatment of sensory integration and sensory processing difficulties

Find out more information about Sensory Integration Education and their recent article detailing OMi’s amazing offers to SIE Members – you can also find out about membership here – ideal for anyone and everyone interested in or affected by sensory integration or sensory processing difficulties.

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MacIntyre Supported Living

MacIntyre are a charity that support and empower young adults with learning disabilities to live lives that make sense to them. We are thrilled to hear that our Mobii Interactive Projector has brought so much joy to their Supported Living schemes across Shropshire kindly provided by Shropshire Adult Care Services.

MacIntyre Area Manager Rowan Jackson told us:

‘The Mobii Interactive Floor Projector has been just amazing and is in huge demand across all our services’.

interactive floor projector means fun activities and games for adults with learning disabilitiesShe goes on to explain that many of the people they support are non-verbal, but it is clear from their ‘giggles, smiles and general excitement’ how much they are ‘enjoying interacting with the games, music and activities.’a wide selection of interactive floor games and activities

interactive floor games for adults in assisted livingOne of the unexpected benefits, she tells us, has been the extra exercise it has encouraged, with one gentleman losing a significant amount of excess weight due to his regular use of the system. Rowan said the feedback they’ve received from staff running the sessions has been hugely positive with many commenting on ‘how easy it is to use and how much they’ve enjoyed seeing the fun it brings given the restricted times everyone is living in’.interactive sensory floor activities for adults with learning disabilitiesMacIntyre, Shropshire have written to tell us that the portable Mobii system has been a ‘huge success and is enjoyed by everyone’. They currently share one of our Mobii mobile systems across many services but are hopeful that they will be able to have more systems to support the people they work with soon.

Rowan Jackson,  Area Manager, MacIntyre, Shropshire.

Find out more about how MacIntyre are empowering people with disabilities providing learning, support and care for more than 1,200 children, young people and adults who have a learning disability and / or autism. MacIntyre Shropshire provide two Care Homes and Supported Living where the priority is to ensure the people they support take part in meaningful activities every day.

To find out more about how OMi’s omiVista interactive sensory projection systems can improve your quality of care contact us or arrange a demonstration.

sensory games and activities for adults with learning difficulties

Mobii Magic Surface is a huge hit in MacIntyre Supported Living Services

MacIntyre are a charity that support and empower young adults with learning disabilities to live lives that make sense to them. We are thrilled to hear that our Mobii Magic Surface has brought so much joy to their Supported Living schemes across Shropshire kindly provided by Shropshire Adult Care Services.

MacIntyre Area Manager Rowan Jackson told us:

‘The Mobii Magic Surface Projector has been just amazing and is in huge demand across all our services’.

Interactive Sensory Floor for adults with special needsShe goes on to explain that many of the people they support are non-verbal, but it is clear from their ‘giggles, smiles and general excitement’ how much they are ‘enjoying interacting with the games, music and activities.’interactive games and activities projected onto the floor by mobii projector

interactive floor projections used by adults with special needsOne of the unexpected benefits, she tells us, has been the extra exercise it has encouraged, with one gentleman losing a significant amount of excess weight due to his regular use of the system. Rowan said the feedback they’ve received from staff running the sessions has been hugely positive with many commenting on ‘how easy it is to use and how much they’ve enjoyed seeing the fun it brings given the restricted times everyone is living in’.mobii sensory projector creates interactive floor activitiesMacIntyre, Shropshire have written to tell us that the Mobii portable projector system has been a ‘huge success and is enjoyed by everyone’. They currently share one of our Mobii mobile systems across many services but are hopeful that they will be able to have more systems to support the people they work with soon.Rowan Jackson,  Area Manager, MacIntyre, Shropshire

Rowan Jackson,  Area Manager, MacIntyre, Shropshire.

Find out more about how MacIntyre are empowering people with disabilities providing learning, support and care for more than 1,200 children, young people and adults who have a learning disability and / or autism. MacIntyre Shropshire provide two Care Homes and Supported Living where the priority is to ensure the people they support take part in meaningful activities every day.

To find out more about how OMi’s omiVista interactive sensory projection systems can improve your quality of care contact us or arrange a demonstration.

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