Therapist's Choice Sensory Items

Therapist's Choice Sensory Items

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  1. The Original Weighted Compression Vest™
    WR1809P The Original Weighted Compression Vest™
    From $74.99
  2. Noise Reduction Headphones-Blue
    SP6271 Noise Reduction Headphones-Blue
    $27.99
  3. Sens-ational Hip Hugging Tee, Long Sleeves
    WR4622P Sens-ational Hip Hugging Tee, Long Sleeves
    From $20.99
  4. Mood Squares
    CF6257 Mood Squares
  5. Baby Hedgehog
    SP7256 Baby Hedgehog
    Compare at $40.49 Regular Price $44.99
  6. Stressless Fidget Balls
    CF6533 Stressless Fidget Balls
    $13.99
  7. Heavy Sleeper Weighted Sleeping Bag
    WR4257P Heavy Sleeper Weighted Sleeping Bag
    From $98.99
  8. Calming LED Bubble Tube
    BT3000P Calming LED Bubble Tube
    From $1,899.99
  9. Transformer Sensory Sack™
    MW5873P Transformer Sensory Sack™
    From $31.99
  10. Calm Down Jar
    CF6504 Calm Down Jar
    $29.99
  11. Cozy Canoe™
    CF5886P Cozy Canoe™
    From $129.99
  12. Break Bag™
    CF6068 Break Bag™
    $144.99
  13. Winking Emoji Chewy Necklaces - Set of 2
    CF7149 Winking Emoji Chewy Necklaces - Set of 2
    Compare at $15.29 Regular Price $16.99
  14. Grip It Football Chewy & Fidget (set of 2)
    CF7145 Grip It Football Chewy & Fidget (set of 2)
    $16.99

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"As a an itinerant physical therapist I am always looking to solve a problem and I need durable, quick easy to use solutions. I'm generally looking for items that are portable or items to suggest for home or school use. I'm also looking for items that are multi purposeful such as a balance board that may double as a jumping platform. Or a swing that may encourage dynamic standing balance reactions. I love to combine items as well such as using floor spots with a balance board and a climbing ladder. Items need to be bright, functional and engage my kids to move!" Ilana Danneman, PT

"As a pediatric occupational therapist working with young children at home and in school, I look for fun things that are therapeutic and will help us reach our goals -- without the children even realizing that we are working! Many of the children have an "attention" goal so I look for engaging items that will help work on their attention. In addition, I need sensory items that address the various behavioral difficulties that are caused by sensory issues such as anxiety and aggression, so the children can focus at home and in school. Lastly,as a traveling therapist, I need things that are lightweight, portable, durable and easy to clean so I can use them anywhere and everywhere." Estee Saks, MS OTR/L