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Toys & Products for Kids with Hypotonia

Kids with low muscle tone can improve their strength and coordination. Sensory tools can be integrated throughout the day to support kids with hypotonia and help them develop physical stamina. Active seating such as cushions or wobble chairs encourage postural control and balance. Kids can slip a cushion beneath them for circle time, classwork, homework and even mealtime. Cushions are portable and lightweight, and can easily be taken from home to school. Classroom tasks like cutting and writing can be challenging for kids with hypotonia. Using special scissors for kids with weak fine motor skills, pencil grips and slantboards can support kids and help them succeed in the classroom. Putties and fidgets can address fine motor delays and help improve finger strength, coordination and motor control. Body socks and stretch tunnels offer resistance so kids with hypotonia can build strength as they stretch, pretend and play during therapy sessions or playtime. Swings, scooters and trampolines can be incorporated into sensory rooms or therapy sessions and are incredibly fun tools that help kids develop physical stamina. Kids who present with low muscle tone in the mouth can use chewies for oral stimulation. Chewies that go on necklaces and chewelry like bracelets are stylish and convenient for on-the-go use. Our products appeal to therapists and parents looking for kid-friendly tools that help with hypotonia.

Fun & Function also carries products and toys for kids and adults with:

Anxiety | Tactile Defensiveness | Fine Motor Delay