Clark Family Sensory Space

Sensory spaces, by nature, are relaxing and calming environments that offer a variety of sights, sounds and interactive elements that promote stress-free engagement and physical and intellectual development—especially for young children and individuals with disabilities.

A vibrant combination of lights, sounds, textures, touchpads, swings, and much more to offer a variety of opportunities to explore while experiencing physical and intellectual benefits.


Interacting with the sights and sounds of the room can promote leisure education, reduced stress, and calming effects


Interacting with the games, lights, sounds, and textures in the space helps to improve communication, and social skills


The space can improve overall focus, concentration, and memory through interacting with the games in the room.


The space can improve cognitive development, motor skills development, and sensory development through interacting with the textures, games, and lights of the room.

Who Can Benefit?

A sensory space can be beneficial for anyone; children and adults. It is especially beneficial for individuals with:

  • Autism

  • Sensory Processing Disorders

  • Developmental Disabilities

  • Anxiety

  • PTSD

  • Dementia

dark lit blue lighted room with led lights, light up bubble tubes, white layback swing chair, and lady bug pillow on the floor
young girl touching led string lights held up by a woman slightly out of frame



You will meet with our DODD-trained staff who will help you find the most beneficial way for you to use the space.

Visits are by appointment only. Call today to schedule your visit at

419-626-1048 ext. 3110

First-time visitors will be required to sign a waiver that must be signed by a parent or legal guardian.

"Some children (people) may need a behavioral approach,

whereas other children (people) may need a sensory approach."

-Temple Grandin