With the help of some of her friends, interior design expert Kalyn Rothaus surprises a special needs school with a much needed makeover. Two rooms are completely redone with generous donations including one from Experia, a company out of the UK that leads in their industry. With a wide range of sensory specific products that help develop skills for children with various abilities, Kalyn works with the company to choose a few key pieces to be added to the all-important sensory room. Experia creates vital tools that help a variety of sensory disorders and generously donates to the Neva King Cooper Educational Center some of their very best including the bubble tube, a few interactive pieces from their fiber optics line and new custom wheels for the sensory projector. Experia’s impact on the sensory room is immediate and their generous donations make a huge impact on both staff and students.