In partnership with Osborne Technologies

By ssuk-admin, in category:
, posted on December 10, 2013 at 10:41 am

SSUK are delighted to announce a partnership with Osborne Technologies. This partnership allows SSUK to promote Osborne Technologies’ products in Scotland and take over their service work in the North.

Osborne Technologies, headquartered in Barnsley, South Yorkshire, were AV Award 2012 Winners for Education Project of The Year and won the award again in 2013 for their Bury College SensoryPod installation.

SensoryPod is an original concept first conceived in 2009 by Kevin Wheatley. Designed to be a self-contained indoor / outdoor multisensory room for special needs care providers looking for a Snoezelen style facility, ideal where space is at a premium.

After extensive research and development the very first SensoryPod was installed for Doncaster Council’s Aiming High team at the award winning Yorkshire Wildlife Park in 2010, to create a fantastic inclusive day out for families with disabled children.

In September 2011 Kevin and SensoryPod moved under the wing of Osborne Technologies Ltd to add their extensive technical wizardry to the mix. The result is an even more accessible and immersive experience through simple touch controls and the creation of sensory environments that are nothing short of sensational.

SensoryPod was relaunched as a part of Osborne Technologies Ltd at the BETT show 2012 and has become a flagship product and one SSUK is excited to promote in Scotland.

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