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Category Archives: Sensory Integration

Introducing new Budget Ball Pits from eSpecial Needs

Written on March 16, 2015 at 9:00 am, by

We’re making ball pit play even better and more affordable with three new sizes of our Budget Ball Pits! Create the perfect multi-sensory area for children and adults to relax or engage in sensory integration therapy with new Pentagon, Hexagon or Octagon-shaped pits that increase the amount of play space without decreasing the rugged, long-lasting… CONTINUE READING

Haircuts and the Sensory Sensitive Child

Written on March 9, 2015 at 3:30 pm, by

Take a second to think about how alive with stimulus the average haircutting place is. The sounds of buzzing and blowing, the intense smell of hair products, and touch of strange combs and brushes can all can be pretty overwhelming for any small child. But when it’s a child with sensory sensitivities getting a trim,… CONTINUE READING

Baby Jack Blankets Giveaway Ends August 10

Written on August 4, 2014 at 2:34 pm, by

Baby Jack Blankets can be great for that special someone who thrives on textures. Your child can get a great sensory start as they feel, touch and chew on these textures and tagged blankets. Baby Jack Blankets provide lots of entertainment and comfort to your loved ones. They can run their hands across two textured… CONTINUE READING