Set up and implement sensory strategies and programs for children with sensory processing, sensory integration and sensory motor challenges. Use weighted products as a therapeutic modality for the treatment of Sensory Integration Dysfunction (SID). Weighted products provide proprioceptive input, thereby giving stability, helping to increase awareness of the body, giving a calming effect and improving attention. Fidgets and other toys are great for proprioceptive input and upper arm strengthening, and also provide tactile stimulation for hands. They can be pulled or twisted for hand exercise programs, finger and hand warmups and more. Useful for sensory stimulation programs, tactile discrimination activities or to improve finger strength, flexibility and attention span.
Tools for the Body
Use these Tools for the Body in the treatment of Sensory Processing Dysfunction.
Tools for the Hands
Useful for sensory stimulation programs, tactile discrimination activities or to improve finger strength, flexibility and attention span.
Tools for the Ears & Eyes
Support a state of calm, relaxation, regulation in the nervous system. Enhance attention and alertness, provide rhythmic entrainment, improve body awareness and patterns of respiration.
Tools for the Mouth
Chewing tools for developing oral motor skills: biting, chewing, and teething!
Help children with sensory processing disorder through Sensory Stories. Great for autism therapy as well!
These easy-to-catch Gertie Balls have a great, soft tactile feel. Blown up with an enclosed straw, these balls are safe fun for all ages. Perform eye-tracking exercises and throwing games.
Encourages proprioceptive input to the fingers. Great fun while strengthening hands, wrists and arms.
Nontoxic, colorfast, slow recovery foam. Not only are they good as a fidget toy for all ages, but they are also good for gentle hand and finger exercise.
Weighted products provide pressure touch and proprioceptive input, giving a calming effect.
Gentle deep pressure assists with self calming, organization, and improved body awareness. Helps regulate the proprioceptive sensory system through deep pressure input, providing comfort and compression during work or fun.
Help children face sensory challenges with these fun activities!
Fidgets are great quiet toys for adults and children - you can't help but to play with them! Great for proprioceptive input and upper arm strengthening, these fidgets will keep children quiet and focused.
These products provide tactile stimulation for hands. They can be pulled or twisted for hand exercise programs, finger and hand warmups and more. Even use them as fidgets for effectively increasing attention!
The Alert Program
An innovative program that supports children, teachers, parents, and therapists to choose appropriate strategies to change or maintain states of alertness.