Are you ready to design your personal SensaRoom? Let's get started!
The first step is to schedule your personal one-hour consultation with the SensaRooms team.
Before we meet, we'll send you our SensaRooms Survey. Your answers on the survey will help us get an idea of your needs and prepare for our consultation. Some of the questions may seem a little unusual, but there really is a method to our madness!
The key to our unique, holistic approach is that both an occupational therapist and an interior designer will visit you either in your home or on virtually to assess your sensory needs, your goals, and the space you want to re-design. We'll also get pictures and measurements, and give you some preliminary ideas for your space. Within two weeks from the day of the consultation, you'll receive a written assessment and proposal for your SensaRoom.
Cost: $475 ($200 reservation fee; $275 due at consultation)
Well, we're glad you asked. We thought you might be curious by now. Your SensaRooms proposal will be several pages long, and will include:
- your personal Sensory Profile - a valuable summary of items or activities that we feel will be beneficial to you, based on your Sensory Profile - interior design ideas that will address your needs, goals, and details specific to your space
"What is a "Sensory Profile"?"
Your personal "Sensory Profile" is based on the details you give us on the SensaRooms Survey, combined with our discussions during your consultation. Using all of that information, we determine your distinct sensory characteristics and how you respond to input in each of the seven sense areas (sight, sound, smell, taste, touch, proprioception and movement).
By the way, we hold all of your information in highest confidence -- we won't share your personal information with anyone.
"What kind of interior design ideas will you give me?"
Every person is different, and every SensaRoom will be different. The one thing every SensaRoom will have in common is that it will be rich in elements that either stimulate or calm your senses.
Your project will include a written list of design elements, and may also require a floor plan, a mood board, or specific furnishings. Ultimately, the interior design ideas you receive may address basic organization, lighting and sound modulation, space planning, color palette, or many other enhancements.