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Sensory Room

Due to Covid restrictions unfortunately the Sensory Room remains closed.

Our state-of-the-art sensory room is designed to stimulate children's senses through a variety of media, including light, colour, music and touch.

Sensory rooms have been shown to enhance the development of hearing, sight, taste, smell and touch, increase hand-eye coordination and encourage relaxation.

Please note: The room is suitable for children under 5 but not for older children.

How do I book?

Individuals or groups can book the room completely free of charge for therapeutic play or just for a fun session with friends!

Please note: There are now two Sensory rooms in Stafford, one at Families First at Faraday Road and one in Stafford Library. 

To book please call:

Families First at Faraday Road: 01785 854700

Stafford Library: 01785 278351

  

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