New Sensory Room Opened at The Log Cabin

State of the art facility helps children with disabilities de-stress and have fun

The centre provides care and activities for children with additional needs and disabilities


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April 11, 2024

The Log Cabin Charity has recently refurbished and opened a new sensory room for children with disabilities and additional needs.

The state of the art facility includes interactive walls, a vibrating chair and much more. These rooms help children engage their sensory stimulation, improve movement and spatial co-ordination, de-stress, communicate, improve focus but most importantly play and have fun.

The Log Cabin’s sensory room combines the latest technology to provide a totally immersive sensory experience for the children.

The charity, which is based on Northfield Avenue, has been providing inclusive play opportunities over 40 years for children across Ealing, with a focus on children with additional needs and disabilities.

It offers after school, weekend and holiday clubs. Children can choose from a wide range of activities such as: soft play, computer gaming, role-play, arts and crafts, sports, active and group games, dance, music, drama, gardening and cooking and quiet games.

It also has a large outside area with water and sand play, and a multi-use games area. During the holidays, the charity takes the children out on trips such as off-site to go swimming, the theatre, a day outing to the zoo, trampolining and other attractions. High staff ratios mean children’s needs are attended to.

Its service for Afterschool Club starts at £14 and childcare vouchers are accepted for all of services. For more information visit:

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