23 JunSensory sessions

Sensory therapy is a regular part of the day in the Butterfly Home. After assessing all of the children and making up the medications in the morning, the nurses carry out individual sensory therapy sessions with the children. Each child has their own specific plan with their likes and dislikes, their progress and improvements so each nurse can ensure that the children get the most out of their therapy sessions.

We wanted to share a few photographs of their sessions earlier this month so you can get a better idea about what happens:





If you want to read more about the theory behind sensory therapy and why it is so important for our children, check out our previous blog post here.


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