Our goal is to create an enriched environment where children can satisfy their unspoken needs, and gain self-awareness and control. For example, swinging can mimic a person’s own internal rhythm, creating calm and sharpening attention. Over time, the child self-identifies when to interact in the Sensory Habitat rather than kick, hit, withdraw or disrupt others in the home.
We can help you! We generally begin by going through a checklist to identify your goals and each person’s needs:
Based on the information you provide, we develop options that are customized to you needs. (For a free consult, email [email protected] or call 1.800.231.6329.)
While it’s valuable to know what your child has liked in the past, it’s not always prescriptive for the future. We would begin by discussing your child’s comfort zone, behavior challenges and goals. Then we would recommend therapy tools and equipment for a custom fit.
While each Sensory Habitat can be customized, not one size-fits-all, below are several examples of what can be included:
We’d like to learn more about your teens to provide specific recommendations. Below are some ideas that can work well for teens: