Personalised Sensory Regulation

What is Personalised Sensory Regulation (PSR)?

Personalised Sensory Regulation (PSR) is a new and effective way to regulate people with autism and sensory needs. It is distinguished from traditional analogue solutions by being an easy-to-use, immersive safe, personal space of sound and vision. It is free of disruptions and driven by software that is regularly and automatically updated. Outcomes are predictable and reliable, achieved in 5,10 or 15-minute Cubbie Sprint.

Benefits of PSR

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Shown to pre-empt and prevent sensory overload

Cubbie’s Personalised Sensory Regulation can help pre-empt and prevent a sensory overload. Cubbie can typically regulate a sensory overload in 15 minutes or quicker if a sensory overload occurs.

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Proactively Balances Needs

With our personalised approach, sensory needs can be alerted or calmed to a user’s specific and optimum level.

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Happier Students

The Cubbie can also improve mood relaxation and help stress and anxiety. Cubbie is for everyone, so students no longer feel “different” and can enjoy more time in lessons.

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Less Disruption and Better Participation

There is less disruption to everybody in the classroom, including the Cubbie user. Less disruption means students have better participation in lessons for all.

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Cubbie in action

  • Case Study A21

    Age: 11

    Diagnosis: ASD

    Triggers:

    Trigger icon Touch
    Trigger icon Prolonged Sitting
    Trigger icon Light
    Trigger icon Sound
    Trigger icon Break Times

    Before:

    After:

    Class participation:
    25%
    Disruption frequency:
    High
    Class participation:
    75%
    Disruption frequency:
    None
    Teachers Report:

    Breaks to the Cubbie helped A21 participate more fully and he was more in tune with what was happening in class.

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  • Case Study G16

    Age: 9

    Diagnosis: DCD

    Triggers:

    Trigger icon Mess on hands
    Trigger icon Prolonged sitting
    Trigger icon Sound

    Before:

    After:

    Class participation:
    50%
    Disruption frequency:
    High
    Class participation:
    75%
    Disruption frequency:
    Low
    Teachers Report:

    Having used the Cubbie G16 is more chilled in class and she wanted to know if she could use the Cubbie everyday.

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    Parents Report:

    She is a different girl coming home, she really enjoys the Cubbie and I find her much calmer in the afternoon.

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  • Case Study O17

    Age: 9

    Diagnosis: ADHD

    Triggers:

    Trigger icon Fabric
    Trigger icon Prolonged sitting
    Trigger icon Sound
    Trigger icon Break times

    Before:

    After:

    Class participation:
    25%
    Disruption frequency:
    High
    Class participation:
    75%
    Disruption frequency:
    Low
    Teachers Report:

    O17 enjoys class after using the Cubbie and came back and completed his maths which is very unusual.

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  • Case Study R22

    Age: 11

    Diagnosis: DCD

    Triggers:

    Trigger icon Touch
    Trigger icon Prolonged Sitting
    Trigger icon Mess on Hands
    Trigger icon Sound
    Trigger icon Crowds

    Before:

    After:

    Class participation:
    25%
    Disruption frequency:
    High
    Class participation:
    75%
    Disruption frequency:
    None
    Teachers Report:

    He enjoyed using the Cubbie and it helps him significantly. There is a marked improvement in his concentration levels with no incidents of sensory overload.

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    Parents Report:

    He has been a lot better at home, calmer and is less inclined to fight with his siblings. There is a notable decrease in occurrences. He enjoys the Cubbie and recognises that it's improving his behaviour. He's smiling and joking a lot more so his demeanour is happier.

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  • Case Study L11

    Age: 8

    Diagnosis: DCD

    Triggers:

    Trigger icon Busy Board
    Trigger icon Touch
    Trigger icon Sound

    Before:

    After:

    Class participation:
    50%
    Disruption frequency:
    High
    Class participation:
    75%
    Disruption frequency:
    Low
    Teachers Report:

    Sitting and concentrating for prolonged periods. She really enjoys her time in the Cubbie and is calmer and more focused when she returns to class.

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    Parents Report:

    L11 enjoyed the Cubbie and talks about it each evening, she really misses the Cubbie when not at school.

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  • Case Study A19

    Age: 10

    Diagnosis: ASD

    Triggers:

    Trigger icon Touch
    Trigger icon Light
    Trigger icon Sound
    Trigger icon Fabric

    Before:

    After:

    Class participation:
    50%
    Disruption frequency:
    High
    Class participation:
    75%
    Disruption frequency:
    Low
    Teachers Report:

    A19 has improved since going to the Cubbie and has increased participation in class. Overall he is happier in school and the other students are benefiting.

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    Parents Report:

    Better at home. Our child is much calmer and happier. He really enjoys the Cubbie and talked about it each night when he returned home. I highly recommend it to any school.

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