When planning your waiting room, a significant part of your plan should be about where the children are going to play. Although you might not see how vital this area is, there are so many benefits. The most important one being that it will keep both parent and child at ease and less anxious about even going to the doctor in the first place. Find these and more at: www.sensoryedge.com photo by: www.dailyherald.com
We are thrilled to have been invited to tour yet another beautifully decorated speech room. After taking an eight year break to look after her own little ones, Lori Coughlin is returning to the speech room in style! She feels blessed to have such a large space to return to, so she decided to create …
Creating an Activity Wall is easy with wall mounted toys from SensoryEdge. Wire Bead mazes, gears, and mirrors are a great way to create a sensory wall experience with lots of activities in your waiting room, play area, school, or business.
The Sensory Break Center -made from tools from yard sales, kids' closets as they outgrow items, and some purchased items from a small allowance given each year to spend on materials. Pinned by SOS Inc. Resources. Follow all our boards at http://pinterest.com/sostherapy for therapy resources.
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