Contents include: Ear defenders, ear plugs, liquid and digital timers, carpet spot, assorted fiddle toys, theraputty, calming down strategy cards, emotions fans and talking tins.
For children with sound sensitivity who don’t want to wear ear defenders.
An air-filled seat wedge that is similar to sitting on a Gym Ball (or balloon). The wedge shape and unevenness of the cushion adds an element of instability, keeping your body in motion and enhancing stomach and back muscles. It is designed to promote active sitting.
The deep pressure provided by weighted jackets has a “calming and organising” effect on the body’s proprioceptive system. They are commonly recommended by Occupational Therapists for use in the classroom to increase attention span and reduce hyperactivity often seen in children with autism, ADHD, sensory and learning difficulties.
Small chair aged 4-8; large chair 9-adult Sitting on a stability ball supports and builds core muscles and helps children focus by expending the excess energy they build up.
Providing all over deep pressure as the user rolls between the soft, squishy bumpers, the Squeeze Machine can be an invaluable sensory toy for children that need deep proprioceptive input.
Fits an average sized primary school child.
The therapy exercise ball is a great way to help with: Balancing exercises and skills Co-ordination skills Increased flexibility Balls should only be used if recommended by an OT and if a programme of exercise has been provided. Peanut ball also available.
Versatile pop up Sensory Pod ideal for environments where a full sensory room is not available. Use with projectors and light sources (not included). Provides safe and enclosed area for sensory exploration Instant ‘pop up’ set up-folds away easily.
For use inside the pop up dark den. With a remote control included, you can choose between 16 different colours or even set it to fade from colour to colour. Powered by low voltage mains power supply and comes with the base charge unit. 6 hour charge cycle means they can be taken off base […]