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Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) is a disorder in which a child has difficulty filtering and organizing sensory information. As a result of this overflow of information, the nervous system experiences sensory meltdowns. Curling and swinging calm the body’s “fight or flight” response through sensory input. Sensory swings calm a child’s overly stimulated senses, making them feel safe.

Most of the body’s senses are controlled by the vestibular system. It tells us if we are moving, what speed we are moving at, and in what direction we are heading. With a well-developed vestibular system, we have confidence in navigating the world around us. Our brain has a way of knowing exactly where we are in relation to other objects.

Balance and coordination are two other benefits of sensory swings. The body of a child who fails to process vestibular input cannot move within its environment.

The sensory swing gives your child the confidence that their body is safe, even when their feet are off the ground. When their confidence grows, their balance will improve.

Swinging motions and deep pressure therapy affect the brain in an organizing manner. They are thus able to relax their overstretched nervous systems. How does this help? Swinging before or during homework can boost concentration for children with autism simply because sensory swings help them feel more balanced.

The benefits of sensory swings are endless, from improving attention span to increasing coordination.

ALL HAMOCKS AND SENSORY SWING PRICES INCLUDE SHIPPING ANYWHERE IN AUSTRALIA.

 

$350.00

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Product comes with the black rope and carabiner.

Length: 122 cm/48 in
Width: 122 cm/48 in
Height: 122 cm/48 in
Capacity: 200 kg/440 lb
Fabric: Polyester & Cotton
1 Year Warranty

Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) is a disorder in which a child has difficulty filtering and organizing sensory information. As a result of this overflow of information, the nervous system experiences sensory meltdowns. Curling and swinging calm the body’s “fight or flight” response through sensory input. Sensory swings calm a child’s overly stimulated senses, making them feel safe.

Most of the body’s senses are controlled by the vestibular system. It tells us if we are moving, what speed we are moving at, and in what direction we are heading. With a well-developed vestibular system, we have confidence in navigating the world around us. Our brain has a way of knowing exactly where we are in relation to other objects.

Balance and coordination are two other benefits of sensory swings. The body of a child who fails to process vestibular input cannot move within its environment.

The sensory swing gives your child the confidence that their body is safe, even when their feet are off the ground. When their confidence grows, their balance will improve.

Swinging motions and deep pressure therapy affect the brain in an organizing manner. They are thus able to relax their overstretched nervous systems. How does this help? Swinging before or during homework can boost concentration for children with autism simply because sensory swings help them feel more balanced.

The benefits of sensory swings are endless, from improving attention span to increasing coordination.

PLEASE NOTE: We ship this product from a warehouse that is having shipping issues due to flooding. The products have not been damaged but the pathway for shipping has been affected causing delays of up to two weeks. We apologise for any delay and we are working on overcoming this problem. We will supply a tracking number with each order so that you may follow its journey to you. Sincerely Sharon Ralston Customer Care PH 0466 914 540.

 

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