At Skovagerskolen, a special school for children with extensive mental and physical disabilities, they have for now six weeks made a special therapeutic and educational effort with the sensory cushions inmuJOY and inmuRHYTHM. Through a methodical individualised approach for 4 of their children with very different abilities and needs, they have experienced how musical sensory stimulation has improved their motor skills, strengthened their attention and generally given them greater well-being in everyday life. They have also experienced how the inmu sensory cushions provide new opportunities for non-verbal communication and attention training.

None of the four children we meet in the video have any language. The staff are specially trained to observe reactions. Since Alma is blind and Molly is deaf, it gives an extra focus on their reactions and how the inmu can support both children and staff in their everyday school life.

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