SENstation is a newly formed small family run business offering to provide sensory opportunities and experiences. We specialise in events and private hire parties that accommodate people with additional needs with our sensory equipment. We are able to personalise party packages to suit special interests and well as sensory processing needs to ensure that it is just right for the customer.
We believe that the special needs community don’t have as many opportunities as the neurotypical community. We are hoping to change the dynamic by being at family events so SEN individuals can cope with being a part of community events but also, so they are living alongside neurotypical people, which hopefully leads to more acceptance, understanding and diversity amongst communities and also provides opportunities for the general public to learn and interact with SEN individuals.
I have several qualifications including a degree in Biomedical Science, a diploma in veterinary nursing along with other qualifications in animal care and welfare. I offer learning workshops using the arts and science to help children and SEN adults engage in STEM subjects.
We also provide sensory products and learning resources.
Please bear with us whilst we get our website up and running but we are available to contact on the mobile number below, through social media or via our email
Areas: Worcestershire and West Midlands
Last Updated: 23rd May, 2023
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I have been through the Community Catalysts programme in Worcestershire - 02/02/2023 Community Catalysts runs a local development programme in the area where this entrepreneur is operating that offers help, advice and support to local people. As part of this programme this enterprise/venture has signed up to the Doing It Right Standards. This does not mean that they have been accredited or approved in any way by the local council or by Community Catalysts and people should continue to do their own checks.