Sensory Swing

Sensory Swings for Autism

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Sensory swings are frequently used in treatment and therapy for autistic children. There are a number of different swing styles, like “soft taco,” “hammock,” nest swings, lycra fabric and solid platform. Children with sensory issues can use swings for proprioception, balance and input/processing stimulation. Our sensory swing installations are secure, durable and life-changing for both children and their caregivers.

Sensory Swing

Therapy Swing and Play Room

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This Euro Style Shower conversion in Aurora, CO was a request to make the bathroom handicap accessible. After a fall in the home, the client was in a rehab center and needed to make the bathroom open and usable for a rolling shower chair. We removed the tub and installed a onyx marblecast shower bast designed to fit the size of the tub with the drain in the middle. This allows the shower to be the lowest spot in the room and the base is a flat as possible while still draining correctly. The corner shelf are a good way to get storage without causing a barrier or obstacle. By tiling the floor and widening the door, we integrated this shower into the bathroom and made the usable space much bigger.

Sensory Swing

Sensory Rooms for Kids

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Putting a sensory room in your home can help your child with their sensory processing issues. Choosing to install a therapy swing or other sensory soothing devices in your home can be a big decision. However, children of all ages benefit from having access to these sensory rooms and equipment. Sensory rooms help children with autism and other sensory issues: 1. Eliminate distractions and increase relaxation and enjoyment. 2. Promote creative sensory input. 3. Facilitate communication and mobility. Children who have difficult processing sensory stimuli like noise,touch, texture, taste and smell can retreat to their sensory rooms and focus centering, calming and focusing. By removing additional, uncontrolled stimuli the brain of a child with sensory issues becomes stimulated in a different way. Setting up your own sensory room in your home can be extremely helpful for older children who have difficulty concentrating on school work. By allowing them to be stimulated in a controlled environment while they work, many children are able to retain information better and concentrate more fully on their studies. Adding a sensory swing in your home can help provide both vestibular and proprioceptive input for children. These inputs help calm and regulate emotions. Therapy swings can also help with postural stability through working your child’s core muscles as they swing. Therapy swings make a great addition to your child’s sensory room. For more information on including a sensory swing in your child’s sensory room, call to speak with our lift and swing specialist. We love working with children and families to help them find the right piece of equipment for their needs and home. Request a call from our specialist by filling out the contact form below. Our dedicated team looks forward to working with you and helping you and your child choose the right sensory swing for your sensory room.