This is probably the strongest and best ballpool made. It was designed by Mike Ayres.
Mike Ayres Design has just designed and built what we believe to be the biggest Bubble Tube ever made.
Bubble tubes are one of the most popular pieces of equipment in any sensory or relaxation room and there is a very wide range to choose from.
This is our sixth Sensory Resource Catalogue and we continue to develop and extend the range of Mike Ayres original equipment as well as adding other manufacturers products to compliment our range.
Complete and instant control of the colour of the room, to any point on the visible spectrum, just by the touch of a switch.
We now have a range of Bean cushions, to compliment the foam ﬁlled cushions, supports and soft shapes, used in Sensory and Soft play rooms.
Fibre Optic Lights can be used for a wide range of visual stimulation experiences, including exploring colour, developing manipulative skills, visual tracking, switching, cause and effect work, creating special effects, learning body awareness and just as a passive experience.
Multi-Sensory Rooms, or Sensory Rooms as they are often referred to, developed from the Dutch concept of ‘Snoezelen’. Mike Ayres Design's pioneering work has enabled the concept to evolve and grow to provide opportunities and solutions for for Schools, Colleges, Hospitals, Care homes, Adult resource centres, Museums, private homes and many other establishments.
The omiVista interactive projection system provides fun, exciting and engaging sensory learning experiences.
A specially adapted vehicle with a complete built-in Sensory studio, including; hoist and lift access. It can be driven to any place and is ready for use within a few minutes.
Create a Sensory room within a larger space or classroom. An independent structural system that is quick to erect. It gives you a completely controllable environment fitted out with a control system, lighting and sensory resources, within a larger room.
A concept originated by Mike Ayres. It expands the use of Multi-sensory rooms into completely flexible, controllable and interactive environments that can be used by people of all cognitive and physical abilities.
The 'Symbols for sensory work' were created by Mike Ayres to enhance communication within Sensory environments and so that individual pieces of equipment can be named.
This is a complete resource, or room, on a shopping trolley.
A mobile sensory resource that can be used anywhere in a building. Just wheel it to where you want, plug it in and it’s ready to go.
Soft play rooms are for boisterous play, to encourage physical development and exploration for all children. They are also used for sensory work, to encourage motor skills, give physical challenge, for speciﬁc teaching and for leisure. Whatever their use, they are great fun!
Control any sensory effects equipment via any type of switch you can manage, from anywhere in the room, without trailing cables. It's easy, intuitive and computer-free.
From an iPad... to a room controller... to a note taker... a setting and switch selector... to a giant switch and back again to an iPad...
Mike Ayres creates unique and beautiful Tactile murals for schools, hospitals, museums, childrens' centres.