Inspire’s Multi-Sensory Rooms (MSR), located in Marsascala, were built purposely to help treat children and adults with Sensory Processing Disorder (SDP) – a condition in which an individual’s sensory signals do not get organised into appropriate responses, making everyday activities a challenge to perform. The objective of the MSR service is to provide an opportunity to educate through the stimulation of the senses those that have difficulties due to their condition.
Find out more about Fundación MAPFRE’s actions on this area below.
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For the fifth consecutive year, Fundación MAPFRE is supporting Inspire Foundation through a generous donation allowing the continuation of specialised services for children and adults with disability.
For the fourth consecutive year, Fundacion MAPFRE has partnered up with Inspire Foundation, through a generous donation that will allow specialised services for children and adults with a disability to continue. The sum of €53,000 has been contributed to cover the running costs of one of Inspire’s therapeutic facilities – the Multi-Sensory Rooms (MSR).
The Multi-Sensory Rooms at Inspire Foundation are being sponsored once more by Fundacion MAPFRE, a non-profit institution within the MAPFRE Group. The generous sum of €51,000 was contributed to cover the running costs of this service for the upcoming year, through which hundreds of children benefit.
The ‘Young Explorers’ and ‘Stepping Out’ programme participants recently celebrated their achievements during a meeting wherein they all talked about their experiences.
Fundacion MAPFRE sponsors Inspire Foundation’s Multi-Sensory Rooms
Fundación Mapfre continues to support Equal Partners Foundation to train a new Early Intervention Team for children within the autism spectrum called WE ACT (The Walden- Equal Partners Foundation Autism Challenge Team). The intervention by WE ACT is based on Applied Behaviour Analysis- Verbal Behaviour.
Fundación MAPFRE is supporting a project by Equal Partners Foundation: Transdiciplinary Early Intervention- a Head start.