Santos Tour Down Under – Barossa Loop de Loop - Barossa Regional Gallery Sensory Space
- 16 January 2024 at 9:00am - 4:00pm
- 3 Basedow Road, Tanunda SA 5232
- No booking required.
At Barossa Loop de Loop, we have carefully designed a dedicated sensory room at Barossa Regional Gallery to create a calming and interactive space.
What is our sensory room?
Our sensory room is a designated space designed to provide a calm and engaging atmosphere, serving as a safe haven for individuals with sensory processing differences. This inclusive environment is open to people of all ages, aiming to enhance the overall enjoyment and comfort of visitors. It is particularly beneficial for those with sensory sensitivities, individuals experiencing anxiety, or anyone seeking a peaceful retreat during an event. The sensory room incorporates key features to cater to diverse needs and preferences.
Key features of the sensory room include:
🌿 Calming Atmosphere
The sensory room has a peaceful ambience, featuring soft lighting/sensory lamp, comfortable seating, and gentle sounds that promote relaxation.
🌿 Interactive Elements
Explore a range of interactive sensory equipment, including tactile activities, mindful mandalas, and discovery tubs.
🌿 Comfort and Privacy
We understand the importance of privacy, with the room being equipped with tee pees for those who prefer a more secluded experience.
We warmly welcome all visitors to experience the sensory room. It's designed to be accessible and inviting to all with children (with parent supervision), parents, carers and adults.
Safety first! Please remember to read important information before the event.
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- Parental Supervision: This event is tailored for young and old. Parental supervision is a must for all children under 18 years of age, to ensure a safe and enjoyable experience. please ensure your little explorers follow all guidelines while sharing this space.
- Respect Boundaries: Be mindful of personal space and the sensory preferences of others using the room, respecting their need for a tailored sensory experience.
- Safety: Adhere to safety guidelines, including proper use of equipment, avoiding risky behaviours, and notifying staff of any safety concerns.
- Feedback: Provide regular feedback to caregivers or facility staff about the effectiveness of the sensory room and any suggestions for improvements.
- Privacy: Respect the privacy and sensory needs of others using the room, promoting a supportive and inclusive environment for everyone.