Barbara Cesari and Kathy Higginbotham-Jones, “Multi-sensory Rooms: Who, What, When, Where, Why”

Image of Barbara CesariMany of you may have seen catalogs advertising equipment to place into a multi-sensory room. These items and rooms are beautiful, but also very expensive. Barbara Cesari shares her experiences in creating a multi-sensory room on a small budget, the impact that it can have for students, and important considerations for its use.

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Barbara Cesari Interview

6:29 minutes, 5.24 MB


3 Responses to “Barbara Cesari and Kathy Higginbotham-Jones, “Multi-sensory Rooms: Who, What, When, Where, Why””

  1. Susan McClure, MS, OTR/L Says:

    During a break from fabricating a tactile-sensory board for a group home for severely DD adults I googled “fabricating a multisensory room on a budget” and came up with your podcast. It was helpful and already within my thinking but it is nice to see other OTs in different venues trying to make a difference when the budgets do not allow purchases from some of the catalogues.

  2. Janet Bozarth Weaver Says:

    Hello Barbara, this is Janet that worked at Tree Top and spoiled my precious Cara rotten…if you are on facebook look me up Janet Weaver would love to catch up with you and family…

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