NAOMI House & Jacksplace is now providing an enhanced hydrotherapy experience to life-limited children following a refurbishment.

The pool now features colour mixing lights on the ceilings, which can be changed with floating buttons in the pool, and LED Pixel strips, which provide a sensory experience for children using the pool.

Huw Bromage, activities team leader at Naomi House & Jacksplace, said: “It allows children to gain a sense of freedom if they’re usually wheelchair bound, it soothes muscle pain, stretches limbs and promotes a sense of wellbeing.

“Being able to now combine this with moving lights, music and colours makes the pool the ideal sensory environment.”

There is also a mirror ball; music speakers; sensory bubble screens and image projectors.

The refurbishment was made possible with the support from Southern Water, Sun Life Financial of Canada and Vail Williams

Beverley Thompson, community engagement manager for Southern Water added: “We are thrilled to be supporting Naomi House & Jacksplace.

“The changes are fantastic and we hope the new pool will provide a fun and interactive space for the children and their families to enjoy.”