Tagged: Dementia

Multisensory Systems co-founders presenting their multisensory

Multisensory technology previewed at USC public forum for Alzheimer’s and dementia

The USC Forum, “Memories of the Way We Were”, took place on June 22, 2013 at the Institute For Genetic Medicine Art Gallery, Keck School of Medicine, USC. Discussion topics included Alzheimer’s/dementia research and treatment, music therapy for Alzheimer’s/dementia patients, caregiver support, the effects of cross-generational interaction (seniors and preschool children), and new technological...

IGM Art Gallery, USC

Multisensory Systems to Participate in USC Forum – “Memories of the Way We Were” – June 22, 2013

“Memories of the Way We Were” June 22, 2013, from 2:30-6:30 p.m. Institute For Genetic Medicine Art Gallery, Keck School of Medicine, USC.   The final forum of the current art exhibit theme “Aging People/Aging Planet”   The forum will focus on the importance of preserving memories through oral history, Alzheimer’s/Dementia research and treatment,...

SpecialNeedsBETA_Alpha Resource Center in Santa Barbara, California

Beta Testing – “Special Needs” and “Therapeutic” Initiated

BETA testing for Special Needs and Therapeutic applications began this April at the Alpha Resource Center in Santa Barbara, California, and at “At Home in Ojai”  and other locations. Our portable multisensory system is performing incredibly well. Alpha_SB is a multifaceted service center providing support and information for families of children with developmental disabilities...

The Manual MINI: This variation of the aromaComposer Mini is distinguishes by its many unique and playful user contoller interface

Aromatherapy for “Special Needs” – Multisensory Integration

Over the last few years, individuals and organizations have inquired about using our aromaComposer systems to help “Special Needs” persons. There is a current movement to use multisensory stimulation with great benefits to special needs individuals. Thousands of “Multisensory Environments” (MSE’s) or Snoezelen Rooms (European term) have and continue to be created at facilities...