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(12-02-2010, 07:05 PM)slharris28 Wrote: Cerebra is income related but it says,

If your gross household income exceeds £60,000 (not including benefits) it is unlikely that we will be able to help, unless very full details as to why we should consider your application are provided.
thats good Smile ill fill in forms after christmas
and just apply for bubble tube (thats the one i was going to stuggle to pay for )
other stuff i can save up for
just hope i can get a specialist to agree on this for her

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Hi there,

A sensory room or environment aims to promote relaxation, exploration, and enjoyment to a child with a disability. There are many items available to set up a sensory room, however as you have found they can be very expensive.

If you are interested in looking at a range of items, our multisensory section on Living made easy for children lists a wide range of products.

Like other readers have already mentioned, I would recommend taking your daughter to a local sensory room/environment if there is one available to see if she likes it.

If you are looking for sources of funding, you may like to have a look at a list of charitable organisations funding children's equipment here.

I hope you have some success!
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My little boy loves the sensory rooms, so we have brought him a few bits when we can, Bubble tubes, fibre optic lights, net lights (from B&Q) and also some glow in the dark stars.
it helps my little boy to relax
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if you look in the sale aisle in tesco (think its in most of them) they have xmas lights for £2.50 battery powered and in the shape of stars but furry so touchable too
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(01-10-2011, 08:06 PM)corinne Wrote: if you look in the sale aisle in tesco (think its in most of them) they have xmas lights for £2.50 battery powered and in the shape of stars but furry so touchable too

wow really cool will pop and take a look tomorrow x


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