Our Sense hub in South Wales is designed to be a place where everyone can learn and take part in group activities.
We have multi-purpose areas where we host events and games, with electronic whiteboards and plenty of space to move around. We also have a lounge area, which is a quiet sanctuary for time alone or relaxing group activities.
Our two large sensory rooms offer a stimulating environment where you can experience lots of different lights, music and sensations.
There’s a fully accessible kitchen that enables people with a wide range of disabilities to use it – such as induction cooking hobs, a washing up sink and surfaces that can all be raised and lowered.
Here’s a complete list of what you’ll find at Sense South Wales:
- Three large activity rooms
- Meeting rooms
- Soft play equipment
- Two fully accessible bathrooms
- Two large sensory rooms
- Areas dedicated to wellbeing and relaxation
- A teaching kitchen
- A sensory garden
Our Caerphilly hub is wheelchair accessible. We have fully accessible toilets and changing rooms with a tracking hoist system, a mobile hoist, and enough space for you and two members of staff.