Grand Opening of MSE at Wayland-Cohocton Central School

Linda wanted to share with you a speech written by Mr. Robert Hughes for the Grand Opening of the MSE at Wayland-Cohocton Central School. Mr. and Mrs. Hughes are both Teachers and the Parents of a Child with ASD. Their leadership and perseverance lead to this moment…Read Mr. Hughes wonderful account of their journey… Isaac …

Wayland-Cohocton Central Schools in New York debut new MSE designed by Linda

SPECIAL NEEDS STUDENTS GET BOOST WAYLAND – When special needs students in Wayland-Cohocton Central Schools return to school in the fall, they will have a new tool to help them succeed in the classroom. The district is installing a “multi-sensory environment” room, which will assist children with special needs through sensory relaxation. Children with autism …

King’s Grant Community Newsletter Article highlights Linda’s design and training services

Below is an article that was printed in the King’s Grant Retirement Community newsletter. The article mentions Linda, who helped develop King’s Grant’s new Multi-Sensory room, and helped train the staff there! KG Gets Multi-Sensory Room Thanks to the leadership and generosity of Dr. and Mrs. Craig Dietrich, King’s Grant has added a Snoezelen multi-sensory …

Support Letter regarding Interior Designers and MSE

I have been asked to write a supporting letter for why an Interior Designer should take a course on Multi-Sensory Environments. My answers would be the following:

To understand how the impact of design can create a harmonious peaceful setting or one that puts individuals into high stressful visual environments
Understand how shape, line and color are part of our neurological genetic makeup and how best to work with these principles (the visual processing system)