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  1. Canvas Seat Swing
    CF6511 Canvas Seat Swing
    $99.99
  2. Canvas Sling Swing
    CF6283 Canvas Sling Swing
    $149.99
  3. Soft Fidget Bracelets - Set of 2
    CF6789 Soft Fidget Bracelets - Set of 2
    $20.99
  4. Chew Lolli Swirl Red No Flavor
    CF4683 Chew Lolli Swirl Red No Flavor
    $8.99
  5. My Magical Cushion
    CF7466 My Magical Cushion
    $29.99
  6. Bucket of Fidgets
    SP6694 Bucket of Fidgets
    $51.49
  7. Vibrator Mitt
    TC3750 Vibrator Mitt
    $27.99
  8. Mini Write Slant Board
    HW7076 Mini Write Slant Board
    $48.99
  9. Large Slant Board
    HW7077 Large Slant Board
    $59.99
  10. Short Reach Slant Board
    HW7078 Short Reach Slant Board
    $26.99
  11. Sensory Brushes - Set of 6
    MQ1735 Sensory Brushes - Set of 6
    $10.99
  12. Music Touch Wall
    SP7228 Music Touch Wall
    $4,999.00
  13. Tactile Sensory Ball
    MW7456 Tactile Sensory Ball
    $32.99
  14. Sit-A-Round Cushion
    CF7467 Sit-A-Round Cushion
    $30.99
  15. Handy Herbert Handwriting Glove
    RW6075 Handy Herbert Handwriting Glove
    $11.99
  16. SensaSoft™ Sounds and Lights Wall
    SP7270P SensaSoft™ Sounds and Lights Wall
    From $5,999.99
  17. Spiky Tactile Cushion
    CF7469 Spiky Tactile Cushion
    $32.99
  18. Adjustable Tall Wobble Chair
    CF7395P Adjustable Tall Wobble Chair
    From $149.99
  19. ARK’s Tip Kit for the Z-Vibe®
    GO6079 ARK’s Tip Kit for the Z-Vibe®
    $59.99

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Products for Kids with Disabilities

Our products for kids with disabilities help kids meet their goals as they develop and grow. The youngest children can learn about the world through tactile and texture exploration. Early learning tools can be incorporated into playtime or therapy sessions to support fine and gross motor skills, bilateral coordination and sensory integration. As kids develop the gross motor coordination to walk, jump and climb, sensory equipment such as balance blocks, trampolines and climbing walls helps kids build core strength and refine motor planning skills. For kids with sensory processing disorder, biting toys can support self-regulation and sharpen focus. Kids with auditory processing disorder can benefit from toys for kids with CAPD. Kids with developmental disorders such as autism or cerebral palsy can use tools that help them meet goals in occupational therapy, physical therapy, ABA therapy or speech and language therapy. Kids with anxiety or ADHD may love using toys to increase attention span and calming toys. Kids are always moving on to the next achievement, and there's always a tool to support that growth.