Worcester Snoezelen is an independent charity specifically set up to offer multi-sensory and creative activities for people who have a diverse range of needs. The centre was founded by Penny Brazier whose vision of a multi-sensory leisure facility was first realised in 1993 when 40 people came to visit in the first week. Over 26 years later the centre has grown and developed around the needs of the people who use our services with over 350 people coming through our doors each week!
Worcester Snoezelen has been designed to engage the senses through multi sensory activities. Worcester Snoezelen is a multi-sensory leisure therapy centre for people who have disabilities and additional needs. Snoezelen provides accessible and inclusive activities which promote relaxation, stimulation and socialising. The centre comprise of 4 multi-sensory rooms, hydrotherapy pool, soft play area, music and arts.
Predominantly the people who access our services have learning disabilities however there is much on offer for anyone of any age including; people with additional needs, physical disabilities, dementia, families and siblings.
Here at Worcester Snoezelen we focus on ability rather than disability & potential rather than limitations. We have found that experiential learning can happen effortlessly within the multi sensory environment.
Patron: The Hon. Lady Morrison, Vice Lord Lieutenant of Worcestershire
Chief Executive Officer
Office & Finance
Community Engagement Officer
Project Admin. Assistant
Swim Coach & Support Assistant