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Weighted Lap Blankets

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Weighted lap pads are good for tactile defensiveness, proprioceptive input, and deep pressure for calming the nervous system. They can also improve your child's body awareness and prevents sensory meltdowns, tantrums and aggression. The pressure of weighted Lap Blankets puts your autonomic nervous system into “rest” mode, reducing some of the symptoms of anxiety, such as a quickened heart rate or breathing. This can provide an overall sense of calm. A good rule of thumb is to have a lap pad that is no more than 10% of your body weight.

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Weighted Animals

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Weighted Toys can be used to help improve alertness and focus for activities and learning. They can help to reduce stress and anxiety, or feelings of overwhelm. Weighted Toys are also the perfect companion for bedtime, helping to relax and feel comforted at bedtime.

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NDIS

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Do you know we are a Registered NDIS Supplier? Here is how you can purchase SELF MANAGED Participants Purchase your items through our Store using Credit Card, Direct Transfer or Paypal. If you require a formal invoice for purchase on top of your sales reciept please email us PLAN MANAGED Participants Purchase your items through our Store using Credit Card, Direct Transfer or Paypal. Request a formal invoice from us  Forward your invoice to you Plan Management Service Provider NDIS MANAGED Participants We are now a Registered Provider Please Fill out this form and we will process your order ASAP...

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Sensory Room by Wikipedia online

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A sensory room is a special room designed to develop a person's sense, usually through special lighting, music, and objects. It can be used as a therapy for children with limited communication skills. It is a great tool to help fulfill the sensory needs of children with Autism, ADHD, Asperger's and Sensory Processing Disorder "Sensory Room" is an umbrella term used to categorize a broad variety of therapeutic spaces specifically designed and utilized to promote self-organization and positive change. There are multiple types of sensory rooms and purposes for use that have been created and implemented in different practice areas to date. When used appropriately, sensory rooms: Help...

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Movement

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Movement develops neuropathways Neuropathways are directly related to experiences. Therefore, the more sensory experiences a child has, the faster the transmission will occur. Movement develops base patterns Base patterns determine how we process and react to incoming information. Movement opportunities will balance base patterns and make sensory activities a positive experience. In turn, this will help students organize, sort, and integrate information they receive during the school day. Movement helps with working memory You can use movement to help students anchor their thoughts. Research shows kinesthetic activities are powerful in the classroom in aiding student understanding. Movement helps us use...

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