It is planned that the center will have a room for healing gymnastics and rehabilitation, a psychologist / speech therapist, a room for individual work and a group work room, a psychosensory
room, a dining and resting room with a dining room, a kitchen, a children's rest room, staff with changing places, warehouses, service areas, sanitary facilities for staff, as well as the necessary number of sanitary units with the possibility of servicing children with special needs.
The video contains footage showing psychosensory
techniques which form a vital part of this programme.
Based on Callahan's model, Ruden (2005) suggests psychosensory
therapy in which the sensory input can alter mood, behaviour and thought.
Partial complex seizures--one of the most common seizure types--have been called "psychosensory
" or "psychomotor" seizures because they often include psychiatric symptoms.
In this way, Burroughs hoped to "make explicit a psychosensory
process that is going on all the time anyway" (Burroughs, 1978, p.4).
Use of the Silberman-Post Psychosensory
Rating Scale can provide guidelines for this assessment.
In order to make optimum use of the capacity of the Day Care Center, equipment and furnishing of the following premises will be provided: room for healing gymnastics and rehabilitation, second cabinet for psychologist, speech therapist, rooms for individual work - 2; halls for group work - 2; psychosensory
room; common rooms - dining room and kitchen / washroom and entrance hall, sanitary rooms and staff rooms - 2 pcs.
room: sensor center, permanent filter projector, mirror sphere with engine, ultraviolet panel and accessories, diode tunnel, starry sky (seating corner), rugs with foam, music bed, interactive fiber optic carpet, UV rug.