sensory unit


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sensory unit

A single sensory neuron with its receptors.
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The ground floor is a dedicated outpatient centre with nine consultation rooms, a sensory unit, quiet rooms and a playground.
A group of four students put together sophisticated plans for a device called TrackNote, which uses an interactive vital sensory unit to help teachers monitor and predict stress levels in pupils, particularly those with autism and anxiety.
assessed whether retinal neurodegeneration has a predictive value in the development of peripheral motor as opposed to sensory unit loss and complimented the work assessing the utility of corneal nerve loss acting as a surrogate marker for DPN [4].
BAN node consists of a sensory unit smothered in polyurethane hermetical case and a powering unit, also hermetically isolated.
Suzy said: "There is also a sensory unit on campus where students can get an idea what it's like to be partially-sighted.
They said the hospital has a large multi-sensory room and each ward has a mobile sensory unit that can be moved into a child's cubicle.
Eighteen people set off on the journey to raise money for a PS30,000 sensory unit at Kirkleatham Hall School, which is next to the Wilton International site.
But Hayley said she was shocked to discover that the sensory unit, which featured colourful lights and interactive equipment, was no longer there.
CONLON Construction has completed a flagship community centre and sensory unit in Merseyside.
The event, at Jay Jay's on Bedlington Front Street, will raise cash for Trinity Youth Association, which is aiming to raise enough money to buy a mobile sensory unit for disabled and autistic children.
Northern Counties School for the Deaf recently unveiled a new autistic unit and a sensory unit, which will help pupils who have a variety of communication difficulties.
Cabinet is a mobile sensory unit that carries various accessories that help a resident relax, reflect, and reminisce in a calming atmosphere to reduce anxiety, pain, and discomfort.