Sensory

Most children on the autism spectrum have sensory integration issues that can affect how they feel and interact with the world around them. For many, fine or gross motor tasks can also be challenging. Occupational Therapists and parents recommend a sensory diet, including the use of weighted blankets, therapy swings, trampolines and oral motor stimulation. Well chosen play things can be used to develop fine and gross motor skills as well as give needed sensory input to your out of sync child.

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Snuggle Swing - Navy

Snuggle Swing - Navy

Regular Price: $179.99

Special Price: $139.99

Aqua & turquoise water beads in sensory table

Water Beads - 10 g

$2.50
Aqua & Turquoise water beads in sensory table

Water Beads - 1/2 lb

$17.99
Magic Loops Fidget

Magic Loops Fidget

$4.49
Geo Twister Fidget

Geo Twister Fidget

$4.49
Dot 2 Dot Lacing - Shapes

Dot 2 Dot Lacing - Shapes

$9.99
Chewy Wristband - Pack of 2

Chewy Wristband - Pack of 2

$7.99
Fold and Go Trampoline with Extension Kit

Fold & Go Trampoline with Extension Kit

$115.99
Crazy Car

Crazy Car

$8.99
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