Calif. schools create sensory rooms for students with special needs

01/26/2012 | North County Times (Temecula, Calif.)

Two high schools in Escondido, Calif., have created sensory rooms for their students in special education. The rooms feature equipment, such as weighted blankets and rocking chairs, designed to provide multisensory experiences for students. "Being able to touch things, have different sounds, different feelings, allows them to get back to the place where they're calm and they can learn," said Susan Davis, the district's special-education director.

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North County Times (Temecula, Calif.)

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