What does Snoezelen mean?

The word ‘Snoezelen’ originates from two Dutch terms: Snuffelen (to snuffle) and Doezelen (to doze). Named by two Dutch therapists in the 1970s, Snoezelen therapy is also known as Controlled Multisensory Environments, or MSE.

What does Snoezelen mean?

Who is Snoezelen for?

We welcome people of any age with physical disabilities, learning disabilities, dementia and more to enjoy and make use of Worcester Snoezelen. Every part of our centre and services are designed to suit a range of different abilities, capabilities and behaviours.

Who is Snoezelen for?

How Snoezelen helps

At Snoezelen we understand that everyday life can be a challenge, with this is mind we offer a person-centred approach, so that our visitors can control aspects of their environment that they wouldn’t otherwise be able to do. The sensory environment creates a stimulating experience that benefits our members.

Who Snoezelen helps

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If you’re ready to visit us at Snoezelen, please get in touch to book one of our services at a time that suits you.

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Training

We have created a multi-sensory training programme; the bespoke training will be tailored to your organisation’s needs, we work with you to plan the training as there’s an array of topics to choose from.

Training